[act-ma] Jan 30-31: A reporter’s perspective: Assad, Trump, and the failure of US Syria Policy

Cole Harrison cole at masspeaceaction.org
Wed Jan 25 11:10:49 PST 2017


Based on numerous reporting trips to the region, freelance foreign
correspondent *Reese Erlich *discusses the growth of Syrian extremist rebel
groups, the status of the Assad regime, foreign intervention and the
failure of US policy. He provides up to date analysis and what the new US
president faces in today's situation.

Erlich is a Peabody winning journalist and author of Inside Syria: The
Backstory of Their Civil War and What the World Can Expect (Foreword by
Noam Chomsky), just out in paperback. He has written a total of five books
on US foreign policy. He reports for NPR, Foreign Policy, VICE News, and
The Progressive, among others.

Recent Article: The Five Most Common Middle East Conspiracy Theories
<http://lobelog.com/the-five-most-common-middle-east-conspiracy-theories/>



*Boston Area Talks by Reese Erlich:  *

Mon Jan 30, 1:00 pm: Massachusetts State House, room 350

Tue Jan 31, 10:00 am: Newton South High School, 140 Brandeis Rd, Newton
Center

Tue Jan 31, 12:30 pm: Harvard Center for Middle East Studies, 38 Kirkland
St, Cambridge, Room 102

Tue Jan 31, 4:00 pm: Emmanuel College (tentative)

Tue, Jan 31, 7:00 pm: First Church in Cambridge, 11 Garden St, choir room
(sponsored by Massachusetts Peace Action)

-- 
*"Not one step back"*

Cole Harrison
Executive Director
Massachusetts Peace Action - the Commonwealth's largest grassroots peace
organization
11 Garden St., Cambridge, MA 02138
617-354-2169 w
617-466-9274 m
www.masspeaceaction.org
Facebook: facebook.com/masspeaceaction
Twitter: masspeaceaction


More information about the Act-MA mailing list