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Washington Seminar: “Is the U.S. Pulling Out of the Middle East?”

On 21 April 2022, The Near East South Asia Center for Strategic Studies hosted another Washington webinar to explore the security challenges facing the Middle East and South Asia. The U.S. national security strategies, over the past two presidential administrations, have called for more focus on Europe and Asia and less on the Middle East. Read More >

Washington Seminar Series

On 10 February 2022, the Near East South Asia Center for Strategic Studies (NESA Center) hosted a modified version of its popular Washington Seminar Series titled “Biden Administration Foreign Policy – An Assessment and the Way Forward.” The group from nearly 30 embassy communities was welcomed by NESA Center Academic Dean Dr. Roger Kangas along Read More >

Washington Embassy Orientation Seminar 01-22

From 18–22 October 2021, the NESA Center conducted the Washington Embassy Orientation, attended by diplomats and defense attachés from over nineteen countries. This week-long orientation, titled “Working in Washington,” featured a range of speakers, including diplomats, national security professionals, academics, business leaders, and journalists. As newly arrived foreign government representatives in Washington, participants were advised Read More >

Washington Seminar: “Making Sense of the U.S. Media Landscape in 2020”

The NESA Center hosted a virtual Washington Seminar discussion titled “Making Sense of the U.S. Media Landscape in 2020” on 9 July, 2020. The event featured a panel discussion, followed by a question-and-answer session, with NPR Pentagon reporter Tom Bowman, Northwestern Professor Stephanie Edgerly, and Pew Research Director Katerina Matza. The event was attended by Read More >