The Iran nuclear deal has stirred much debate and controversy in the United States over the last two months. Seyed Hossein Mousavian and Emad Kiyaei, two Iranians, teamed up to shed light on the nuclear deal and Iran’s perspective on the global landscape.
According to Dennis Ross, diplomat for three presidential administrations and expert on Israel-Palestine issues, peace between the two nations is further out of reach today than at any point in his 30-year efforts on the issue.
On a scale of one to 10, with one representing the worst and 10 the best, Stuart Bowen would put the current situation in Iraq at zero.
Despite canceled flights and a lack of a credit card, Jawad Nabulsi drove a rented car eight hours from Chicago to make it to Chautauqua. That persistence is what got him to the Amphitheater 45 minutes prior to Tuesday’s morning lecture. It is also what got him through Egypt’s turbulent recent history.
Husain Haqqani and Daveed Gartenstein-Ross said the person who “solves” the Middle East situation would be very rich, but both men did their best to simply relate the troubling circumstances of the world hotspot to the Chautauqua audience.
Ukraine is situated between Europe and Russia, but Timothy Snyder said it might be easier to understand Ukrainians’ predicament as…
After what Ulrike Guérot said was a 300-year failed experiment of Europe’s nation-states, her vision for a European Republic is “under construction.”
Constanze Stelzenmüller was going to give a lecture titled “The Future of European Foreign Policy.” But after arriving at the Institution, she decided to scrap it and wrote a speech especially for the Chautauqua audience.
The “story of the euro” is equal parts Agatha Christie, Raymond Chandler, the Brothers Grimm and Shakespeare, said David Marsh, managing director of the Official Monetary and Financial Institutions Forum.
Europe faces political and economic hurdles that threaten the continuation of the European Union, New York Times columnist Roger Cohen said.