Barbara Slavin Lecture - UCLA (February 14, 2008)

Barbara Slavin (February 14, 2008) - by QH


Barbara Slavin (February 14, 2008) - by QH


Barbara Slavin (February 14, 2008) - by QH


Barbara Slavin (February 14, 2008) - by QH


Barbara Slavin (February 14, 2008) - by QH


Barbara Slavin (February 14, 2008) - by QH


Barbara Slavin (February 14, 2008) - by QH


Dr Hossein Ziai & Dr. Nicky Keddie (February 14, 2008) - by QH


Barbara Slavin (February 14, 2008) - by QH


Bunche Hall UCLA (February 14, 2008) - by QH


Title of the lecture: The United States and Iran: Missed Opportunities and Future Prospects for Reconciliation.

Barbara Slavin is a Jennings Randolph Fellow at the United States Institute of Peace, where she is continuing research that builds on her new book, Bitter Friends, Bosom Enemies: Iran, the U.S. and the Twisted Path to Confrontation. She is on leave from her duties as senior diplomatic reporter for USA Today, which she joined in 1996.

A veteran correspondent who has also written for the New York Times, the Economist and the Los Angeles Times, Slavin has accompanied three Secretaries of State on their official travels and also reported from Iran, Libya, Israel, Russia, China, North Korea, Saudi Arabia and Syria. She is a regular commentator on U.S. foreign policy on National Public Radio, the Public Broadcasting System and C-Span, and a former public policy scholar at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.


This lecture was Sponsored by Center for Near Eastern Studies.

Audio
Listen to the Lecture - Real Audio (31:57)

Video


Interview with Barbara Slavin - Real Video (04:17)


Intro by Dr. Nayereh Tohidi & Prof. Nikki Keddie


Watch the lecture - Real Video (31:57)


Watch excerpts of the discussion - Real Video (1:01:53)


Related Links
Barbara Slavin (USA Today)
Bitter Friends, Bosom Enemies (St. Martin's Press)


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