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Jun

The IE International Relations Club is pleased to present “Democracy in the Middle East? Analyzing the Arab Spring and its implications for Israel in particular”, a lecture by Professor Shlomo Ben Ami.

Prof. Ben Ami will explain the changing faces of the current Arab spring, discuss the differences in the nature of the revolutions in various Arab countries and point out how the evolution of the different revolutions is being conditioned by the inconsistent reaction of the West. In addition, he will address the impact of the Arab Spring on the Middle East as a whole, and the Arab-Israeli conflict in particular. 

 About the Speaker

Prof. Shlomo Ben Ami is a former Israeli diplomat, politician and historian. Prof. Ben Ami served as the second Israeli ambassador to Spain, Israeli minister of foreign affairs, Israeli minister of internal security and was part of the Israeli delegation to the talks with Palestinian leaders in the US in August 2000. Prof. Ben Ami received his D.Phil. in History from Oxford University and served as head of the School of History in Tel-Aviv University. Currently, he is Vice-President of the Toledo International Centre for Peace.

Place: IE Business School, Madrid (Spain)

Room: E-108 (María de Molina, 4)

Date: Friday, July 1st

Time: 5:00pm

To sign up for this event please register at the Alumni Agenda events website.

Spaces are limited.

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