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The Center for Contemporary Arab Studies at Georgetown University cordially invites you to a lecture
The Center for Contemporary Arab Studies at Georgetown University cordially invites you to a lecture
Assumptions and Rationales Behind Democracy Promotion in the Middle East: 2001 and Now
Zoé Nautré is a Visiting Researcher at Georgetown University and a Fellow of Germany’s Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung. Her research interests include US and EU policies towards the Middle East and political and security sector reform in the Arab world.
Sunday, January 13,2008 14:04
by Ms. Zoé Nautre GeorgeTown

Zoé Nautré is a Visiting Researcher at Georgetown University and a Fellow of Germany"s Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung. Her research interests include US and EU policies towards the Middle East and political and security sector reform in the Arab world. She is currently completing her PhD thesis at the Freie Universitنt Berlin on US democracy promotion in Morocco.

Ms. Nautré holds a MSc in Middle East Politics from the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) and a BScEcon in Security Studies from the University if Wales, Aberystwyth. She has worked for the Embassy of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (Berlin), the Lebanese Chamber of Commerce (Beirut), the German Ministry of Defense (Berlin), the German Institute for International and Security Affairs (SWP), (Berlin), the Civility Program at the Foreign Policy Center (London) and the German Technical Service (GTZ), (Sana"a).

Thursday, January 17, 2008
6:00pm - CCAS Boardroom (ICC 241)
Refreshments will be served.


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