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Middle East Institute Podcasts

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Twelve resilient, determined and articulate Palestinian women speak about their lives
A screening of a documentary chronicling the story of Palestine's first all-female race team.
The story of the first woman judge to be appointed in Shari'a courts (Islamic law)
A panel discussion on Oman's role as a regional mediator.
A panel discussion focusing on the protests in Iran and prospects for change in the political system.
A panel discussion on Tunisia's domestic politics ahead of upcoming municipal elections.
A panel discussion on the evolution of independent reporting in Syria.
A panel discussion on the ancient and modern dynamics of extremist transnational movements
A panel discussion on MEI's Track II Dialogues initiative and prospects for regional cooperation.
A panel discussion on the current challenges and way forward for Iraq's oil politics.
With U.S and Palestinian relations in a free-fall, Palestinian grassroots, civil society and leadership must utilize new tactics in supporting a resolution to the conflict and an end to the occupation.
Contextualizing the U.S. mission in Afghanistan, and the need for change
A screening of Alive in Graves followed by a discussion on the untold story of Syrian detainees.
A discussion featuring UNRWA's West Bank and Washington directors on the organizations response to recent funding cuts.
A conversation with Ambassador Husam Zomlot on the implications of the decision to relocate the U.S. embassy to Jerusalem.
A panel discussion on domestic issues surrounding Turkey in 2018.
A panel discussion on combating violent extremism online, moderated by MEI scholar Charles Lister.
Discussion drawing on a report of the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom.
An expert panel with James Zogby examined fresh polling results from across several Arab countries, Iran, and Turkey.
Exploring the impact of Syrian protest art following the uprisings against the Assad government starting in 2011, MEI and CCAS are co-hosting Malu Halasa and Venetia Porter to discuss the power of art.
Exploring if religious fervor is more driver or exploited tool in today's Middle Eastern conflicts
Featuring: Rania Al-Mashat, Fawziah Bakr al-Bakr, Wafa Ben Hassine, Hind Aboud Kabawat, and moderator Nafeesa Syeed.
Featuring: Simon Henshaw, Ambassador (ret.) Michael Klosson, Clare Lockhart, Hideki Matsunaga, and moderator Ambassador (ret.) Wendy Chamberlin
Featuring: Ambassador (ret.) Gerald Feierstein, Randa Slim, Jonathan Winer, Ambassador (ret.) Robert Ford, and moderator Paul Salem.
Featuring: Gen. John H. Allen, Philip Gordon, Nancy Lindborg, Juan Zarate, and moderator Mary Louise Kelly
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