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IN THE FRAMEWORK OF EUMENIA, PROF. KARIM MAKDISI, ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF INTERNATIONAL POLITICS AT THE AMERICAN UNIVERSITY OF BEIRUT VISITED THE UNIVERSITY OF AMSTERDAM

IN THE FRAMEWORK OF EUMENIA, PROF. KARIM MAKDISI, ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF INTERNATIONAL POLITICS AT THE AMERICAN UNIVERSITY OF BEIRUT VISITED THE UNIVERSITY OF AMSTERDAM

EUMENIA aims to bring scholars into the different classrooms of European and Middle Eastern Universities, thus fostering exchanges between academics and students. The latest teaching visit, organized in the framework of EUMENIA, saw Prof. Karim Makdisi, Associate Professor of International Politics and founding Director of […]

Dr Karim Makdisi ​was interviewed by Michael Hardt and Sandro Mezzadra from ​”The Social Movements Lab #3: Protests and Politics in Lebanon”​

Dr Karim Makdisi ​was interviewed by Michael Hardt and Sandro Mezzadra from ​”The Social Movements Lab #3: Protests and Politics in Lebanon”​

Dr Karim Makdisi ​was interviewed by Michael Hardt and Sandro Mezzadra from ​“The Social Movements Lab#3: Protests and Politics in Lebanon”​, December 17, 2020. The interview is available on ​youtube​.

New article by Prof Karim Makdisi entitled ​“The Unifil Peacekeeping Mandate: Kicking the Southern Lebanon Can Down the Road”

New article by Prof Karim Makdisi entitled ​“The Unifil Peacekeeping Mandate: Kicking the Southern Lebanon Can Down the Road”

A New Article by Prof Karim Makdisi entitled “The Unifil Peacekeeping Mandate: Kicking the Southern Lebanon Can Down the Road”, PassBlue independent UN coverage, September 3, 2020 is available.

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New policy brief: Dr. Tamirace Fakhoury published a policy brief entitled “The Unmaking of Lebanon’s Sectarian Order? The October Uprising and its Drivers”

New policy brief: Dr. Tamirace Fakhoury published a policy brief entitled “The Unmaking of Lebanon’s Sectarian Order? The October Uprising and its Drivers”

Dr. Tamirace Fakhoury published a policy brief entitled “The Unmaking of Lebanon’s Sectarian Order? The October Uprising and its Drivers” in the IAI’s The International Spectator. The article is available here