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When: Wednesday, February 16, 2011, 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Where: Suffolk University • 120 Tremont St • Faculty Meeting Room, 4th floor • Park St or Government Center T • Boston
Reading any day's newspaper is enough to fill us with hopelessness about prospects for peace in the Middle East. The reason that region is so torn by violence and hatred, though, is that outside powers including the US are pursuing policies that were shaped for the 20th century and no longer make sense. If we break away from the failed paradigms of the past and free ourselves from the paralyzing grip of emotion, we can turn the Middle East into a producer of security rather than an exporter of insecurity.
Stephen Kinzer will talk about the true history of US-Iran and US-Mideast relations, and discuss future prospects. As Andrew Bacevich wrote, "Stephen Kinzer sees cause for hope: the possibility of change exists if we but seize it."
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