Summary

 

The Potomac Institute for Policy Studies held a seminar "Nigeria and the al-Qa'ida Challenge: National, Regional, and Global Implications" on March 23, 2012. Three panelists deliberated over the changing nature of Boko Haram as it appears to affiliate closer with al-Qa'ida as well as the Nigerian government's current state as a political body lacking widespread trust. One indicator of the general unrest that seems to be gripping Africa was the fact that Ambassador Al Maamoun Baba Lamine Keita was unable to attend the seminar as its fourth panelist due to a military coup d'etat which occurred in his country of Mali the day before the seminar was to take place. Above is a video of the event in its entirety.

 

 

IUCTS Highlights

Seminars

 

May 20, 2019

"Jerusalem and Washington: A Life in Politics and Diplomacy” with Ambassador Zalman Shoval"

 

May 14, 2019

"The Role of Diplomacy in the World's Future"

 

April 30, 2019

"The Current State of American Diplomacy and Future Outlook"

 

March 28, 2019

"Biological Terrorism: International Dimensions"

   

Additional past events 

Op-ed

 

The Jerusalem Post on July 13, 2019:

"Establish a chemical and biological WMD Free Zone in the Middle East Now"

By Prof. Yonah Alexander and Dr. Milton Hoenig

 

The Times of Israel
on January 25, 2019: "There's good reason to fear Iran's global reach" by Prof. Yonah Alexander and Dr. Milton Hoenig

 

The Times of Israel on September 26, 2018: "The battle for the new Syria"

by Prof. Yonah Alexander and Dr. Milton Hoenig