“In The Eye of The Storm: Iran in Global Perspectives” One Day Conference Sponsored by Hebrew University’s Truman Center and Israel Project, January 9, 2007

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Jan. 3, 2007

Contact:
Calev Ben-David: 011-972-2-6236427, [email protected]
Leah Soibel: 011-972-2-6236427, [email protected]
www.theisraelproject.org

The Israel Project and The Hebrew University’s Truman Institute
Cordially Invites You to a One-Day Conference

IN THE EYE OF THE STORM:
IRAN IN GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES

Sessions include:

  • Shiite Iran and the Sunni World
  • Iran in Africa and Latin America
  • Tehran’s Global Agenda; Iran’s Universal Appeal
  • Europe, Iran and the Bomb
  • The Arab System and Iran’s Claim for Hegemony
  • How Iraqi Sunnis, Shi’is, Kurds and Patriots See Iran

    Speakers include:

  • Shmuel Bar
  • Amatzia Baram
  • Eyal Ben-Ari
  • Amnon Cohen
  • Raymond Cohen
  • Giora Eliraz
  • Shelley Elkayam
  • Avraham Elqayam
  • Eytan Gilboa
  • Meir Javedanfar
  • Efraim Kam
  • Anat Lapidot-Firilla
  • Yohanan Manor
  • Arye Oded
  • Eldad Pardo
  • Elie Podeh
  • Brenda Shaffer
  • Raquel Shaoul
  • Yitzhak Shichor

Click here to view the full conference schedule

Date: Tuesday, January 9, 2007

Time: 8:30-16:15 (GMT +2 hours)

Location: Maiersdorf Faculty Club, Room 503, Mount Scopus, The Hebrew Univ. of Jerusalem

RSVP Required:

  • Click to RSVP for this conference and to gain entry to the university campus. RSVPs must be received no later than 12 p.m. (noon) on Monday, January 8, 2007.

Questions? Email[email protected] or call 011-972-54-807-9094.

About the conference:

As the world grapples with the growing threat of a radical Islamic regime in Tehran obtaining the technology to develop nuclear weapons, “In the Eye of the Storm: Iran in Global Perspective” provides a rare opportunity to learn about these issues from leaders in the field of Iran studies and international relations. The conference is co-sponsored by The Israel Project and The Hebrew University of Jerusalem’s Harry S. Truman Research Institute For the Advancement of Peace.

Throughout the day, some of the world’s leading academic experts on Iran will discuss in depth various international perspectives on the Iranian situation, such as Iran’s strained relations with the West, its aspirations to leadership among fellow Muslim states and its growing impact and influence throughout the developing world. The conference is crucial for informers and shapers of public opinion seeking to gain expert perspective about how Iran sees its place in the world, and the nature of its relationships with other nations.


The Israel Project is an international non-profit organization devoted to educating the press and the public about Israel while promoting security, freedom and peace. TheIsraelProject provides journalists, leaders and opinion-makers accurate information aboutIsrael. TheIsraelProject is not related to any government or government agency.

Board of Advisors: Senator Evan Bayh (IN), Senator Saxby Chambliss (GA), Senator Norm Coleman (MN), Senator Ben Nelson (NE), Senator Arlen Specter (PA), Senator Ron Wyden (OR), Congressman Rob Andrews (NJ), Congresswoman Shelley Berkley (NV), Congressman Tom Davis (VA), Congressman Eliot Engel (NY), Congressman Frank Pallone (NJ), Congressman Jon Porter (NV), Congressman Jim Saxton (NJ), Congressman Brad Sherman (CA), Congressman Joe Wilson (SC), Actor and Director Ron Silver

“In The Eye of The Storm: Iran in Global Perspectives” One Day Conference Sponsored by Hebrew University’s Truman Center and Israel Project, January 9, 2007

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