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Democrats, Liberals, the Left and the Arab-Israeli Conflict
Prof. Jonathan Rynhold (George Washington University) will present his analysis of the various grand strategies of Democrats, Liberals, and the Left towards the Middle East, as well as elite discourse and public attitudes towards the conflict. He explains the trend towards increasing criticism of Israel and increasing preference for a neutral approach to the conflict. Prof. Rynhold argues this is not simply to do with changes in Israeli policy but deeper changes within the Democratic Party and among liberals in their attitudes to foreign policy and politics in general.
Lunch will be served.
More About Georgetown University: Main Campus
Georgetown University was founded in 1789 and is the nation's oldest Catholic and Jesuit university. Known for its prominent location at the hight point of many streets in the neighborhood, the university is home to undergraduate and graduate students alike.
Students live both on campus and off, frequenting the restaurants and shops of Georgetown. The school sports teams are called the Hoyas, based on a chant combination of Greek and Latin (Hoya saxa or "What rocks").
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