Dr. Asher Susser, the Stein Family Professor of Modern Israel at the University of Arizona.
A major shift in Middle Eastern politics has taken place in the last generation. As the Arab states have continued in steady decline, in some cases poised on the verge of disintegration, Iran has emerged as a regional super-power. The Middle East is no longer synonymous with "the Arab World" in terms of the regional balance of power, as it was for much of the Twentieth Century, as the non-Arab states of the region, Iran, Turkey and Israel, have emerged as the regions major players.
This lecture begins at 4pm on September 9th, 2015
Parking will be available at 2nd street garage. See map
This event is free and open to the public.