[act-ma] Thurs, Oct 15 - Rami Khouri, "Baghdad, Tehran, Beirut and Jerusalem"

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Ford Hall Forum 
and the Middle East Center for Peace, Culture, and Development
at Northeastern University

Baghdad, Tehran, Beirut and Jerusalem --
A Critical Arab View of America's Middle East Policies

Rami Khouri 

Thursday, November 15, 6:30 pm
Raytheon Amphitheater, Northeastern University
Egan Center, 120 Forsyth Street
(Directions at www.fordhallforum.org/directions.html)


Rami Khouri is a Beirut-based internationally syndicated columnist, Director
of the Issam Fares Institute of Public Policy and International Affairs at
the American University of Beirut, and editor-at-large of The Daily Star
newspaper. He also regularly shares his insights on the BBC, NPR, and CNN.
He joins Ford Hall Forum to shed light on the forces shaping the direction
and impact of United States policy in the Middle East. Where is it failing?
Are there effective policies and programs that should be expanded? And what
are the challenges that lay ahead?

Equal time will be provided for the speakers¹ remarks and questions from the
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