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Israel and the Arab Spring: Implications for the Future

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Israel and the Arab Spring: Implications for the Future A lecture with Linda Gradstein Linda Gradstein is an award winning journalist and currently Director of the Middle East News Institute. She was the Israel correspondent for NPR from 1990-2009. She now reports for public radio throughout the world, including for The World and AOL News. She also writes for the Jewish Telegraphic Service. She won the Overseas Press Club Award as a member of a team that covered the assassination of Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin. Shealso received the Alfred I. DuPont-Columbia University Award for Excellence in Broadcast Journalism for her coverage of the Persian Gulf War. Ms. Gradstein is a graduate of Georgetown University, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in Foreign Service and a master’s degree in Arab Studies. She spent a year as a Rotary Fellow at the American University in Cairo and was selected to be a Knight Journalist Fellow at Stanford University in 1998-9. Ms. Gradstein speaks Hebrew and Arabic. She is currently a visiting professor at Georgetown University and last year was a visiting professor at the College of Charleston. Ms. Gradstein lives in Jerusalem, Israel with her husband and four children. Presented By: College of Law, Institute for National Security and Counterterrorism Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Middle East Studies Program Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Democracy in the Middle East Program S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications Judaic Studies Department Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Executive Education Program

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