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Moynihan European Research Centers Presents: The North African Revolutions and Europe: A Roundtable

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The Moynihan European Research Centers, Middle Eastern Studies Program and Maxwell School Executive Education Programs Present: The North African Revolutions and Europe: A Roundtable Amy Kallander Assistant Professor of History “Understanding the North African Revolutions” Vice Admiral Robert B. Murrett Deputy Director, Institute for National Security and Counterterrorism (INSCT) and Professor of Practice, Public Administration and International Affairs “NATO and Libya” Sibel Oktay Ph.D. Candidate, Department of Political Science “EU Policy Toward North Africa” Larbi Touaf Associate Professor of English, University of Mohamed I Oujda, Morocco and Civic Education & Leadership Fellow (CELF), Maxwell School “Europe's Ambiguous Attitude Towards Democracy in North Africa: The View From Morocco” Noureddine Mouhadjer Lead teacher and head of Global Virtual Classroom project ECU University (USA) & UABT University (Algeria) and Civic Education & Leadership Fellow (CELF), Maxwell School “Change From Within Is The Only Option” Moderator: Brian D. Taylor Associate Professor of Political Science and Director, Center for European Studies Lunch will be served.

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