RUSSIA'S INCREASING PRESENCE IN THE MIDDLE EAST - World Affairs Council Inland

Inland Empire Atheists,Agnostics and Humanists
Inland Empire Atheists,Agnostics and Humanists
Public group

University of Redlands

1200 E Colton Ave · Redlands, CA

How to find us

#213, closest E. Brockton Ave near 3 parking lots. Between Campus Avenue and E Brockton Ave., halfway between N. University St and N. Grove St. https://www.redlands.edu/globalassets/global/ucomm/campus-map/university-of-redlands-campus-map.pdf

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Details

NOTE: THIS EVENT IS NOT SPONSORED BY FAR/IEAAH SO YOU MUST REGISTER HERE https://www.wacinlandsocal.org/event-3656561/Registration TO ATTEND. PLEASE ALSO SIGN UP HERE ON MEETUP IF YOU INTEND TO GO SO CARPOOLS CAN FORM AND SEATS CAN BE SAVED. (Suggested by Ralana)

Russia’s Increasing Presence in the Mideast... What are Putin’s Goals? Kennan speaker Mark Katz seems to have predicted the current dilemma with Iran in his choice of topics. The World Affairs Council Inland Southern California and The University of Redlands in cooperation with the Kennan Institute, Washington, DC is hosting on January 14, 2020, at 6:00 pm. You are invited to bring guests.

EVENT DETAILS:
E. Brockton Avenue, parking free
https://www.redlands.edu/contact-us/campus-map/
Members = $20 Non members = $25
Includes light supper
Redlands Faculty and Students Free for talk only at 6:30 pm

To register, access https://www.wacinlandsocal.org/event-3656561/Registration
Call[masked] for questions
(office closed 12/23/19 to 1/2/20)

The Kennan Institute is the premier U.S. center for advanced research on
Russia and Eurasia. The Institute is committed to improving American
expertise and knowledge of Russia, Ukraine, and the region.
Riverside native and UCR graduate ('76) Mark N. Katz has been studying
and analyzing Soviet and then Russian policy toward the Middle East his
entire career. After earning his Ph.D. at MIT in 1982, he worked as a
Soviet Affairs analyst at the Department of State, was a Rockefeller
Foundation Fellow, and then a Kennan Institute Research Scholar.
Since 1988, he has been a professor at George Mason University.
In addition, he is currently a nonresident senior fellow at the Atlantic
Council and a member of the scientific advisory board of the Finnish
Institute of International Affairs. Links to many of his publications can
be found at
http://www.marknkatz.com

Best regards,
Peg

Margaret 'Peg' Hill, Ph.D., Program Chair
World Affairs Council Inland Southern California

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