Chaim Kaufmann, from Lehigh University’s International Relations department, spoke at Asch on February 24th. Here is a brief summary:
Academia, human rights organizations, and governments agree: partition is no solution to communal conflict. Indeed partition is just another name for ethnic cleansing Chaim Kaufmann has a radically different view, based on years of study of […]
President Jane Dammen McAuliffe cordially invites you to a lecture by The Rachel Hale Professor in Science and Mathematics Clark R. McCauley “Political Radicalization: Are We Winning the War of Ideas Against Jihadi Terrorism?”
Tuesday, March 3, 2009 4 p.m. Thomas 110 – Bryn Mawr College
Reception to follow in […]
Expectations for what will happen if U.S. troops leave Iraq on schedule in 2011 range from a functioning federal Iraq to a client state of Iran to an even larger civil war to genocide. These expectations are based on different understandings of Iraq’s path from the overthrow of Saddam Hussein in April 2003 to where […]
Asch Summer Fellow Alan Keenan, who lives in Colombo and works for the International Crisis Group, is quoted in a February 18 New York Times article by Thomas Fuller.
Displaced ethnic Tamils, Feb 7, 2009.
TRINCOMALEE, Sri Lanka — Just north of here, after a string of recent victories, the Sri Lankan military is […]
The author of this Jerusalem Post column is Gershon Baskin, Co-CEO of the Israel/Palestine Center for Research and Information. Excerpt:
Several weeks ago I wrote that the war in Gaza “may have really been a ‘war of no choice.’” Following the recent leaks from the talks about the “imminent” release of Gilad Schalit, I […]