Reflections on Israel at 65: Can President Obama Revive the Israeli-Palestinian Peace Process?
A panel of AU professors will discuss the prospects for Israeli/Palestinian peace as well as Israel's relations with other countries in the region on the occasion of Israel's 65th Anniversary and in light of President Obama's recent trip to Israel. This student-organized event features SIS Professor Guy Ziv, SIS Adjunct Professor Dan Arbell, and SIS and Washington Semester Professor Mohamed ...more
This event is an informal social gathering to casually introduce undergraduate and graduate students to AUNP while practicing basic negotiation principals. We will also encourage them to join our organization, and participate in our next event.
Negotiating for Peace in the Middle East: Egypt and Israel in 1978
Abramson Family Founders Room, SIS Building
Join us for a lecture by Professor William B. Quandt, a former National Security Council staffer under Presidents Nixon and Carter and Edward R. Stettinius Professor of Politics at the University of Virginia. He will be discussing his experiences during the landmark Camp David Negotiations, which paved the way for decades of peaceful relations between Egypt and Israel, and answering questions ...more
Can you stop a genocide? AUNP is holding a negotiation simulation on the Arusha Accords, negotiations that occurred just prior to the Rwandan Genocide. AUNP negotiation simulations provide students, both grad and undergrad, with opportunities to apply their negotiating skills.