NYC Alums: Register Now for “International Leadership in the Middle East” with Dean Steinberg on 10/2

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“Every Nation for Itself:

International Leadership in the Changing Middle East”

With

Ian Bremmer

President & Founder of Eurasia Group

And

James B. Steinberg

Dean of the Maxwell School of Syracuse University
& former U.S. Deputy Secretary of State

Please join NEF for an evening with two thought leaders as they share insights on the evolving situation in the Middle East and the role of the international community at this critical moment in history.

This event has reached capacity.  Seats are no longer available.

About the Event

In the first of a series leading up to NEF’s 2015 Centennial, our distinguished guests will discuss the transforming Middle East in an age of problems without borders, in which no single country or alliance can meet the challenges of global leadership. What are the impacts on social and economic development as conflicts escalate and the West becomes increasingly reluctant to engage? And what are the implications for the global economy, relations between the world’s most powerful governments, and our ability to cope with the complex challenges ahead?

NEF: Building Prosperous, Sustainable Communities Since 1915

The Near East Foundation works with vulnerable and disadvantaged people in the Middle East and Africa to help them overcome poverty, improve their livelihoods, and participate in the development of their own communities and countries

For more information about the speakers and NEF:

http://www.neareast.org/

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