Combatants For Peace: Sulaiman Khatib and Maya Katz -10/6/15

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Combatants For Peace: Sulaiman Khatib and Maya Katz -10/6/15 Oct 07
Combatants for Peace is a group of Palestinians and Israelis who have taken an active part in the cycle of violence in their region: Israeli soldiers serving in the IDF and Palestinians as combatants fighting to free their country, Palestine, from Israeli occupation. Working at the local level in both communities, Combatants for Peace believes that the conflict cannot be resolved, through military means, by either of the parties.
On Tuesday October 6, 2015 NIMEP (New Innitiative for Middle East Peace), an IGL program, welcomed Sulaiman Khatib and Maya Katz to speak at Tufts. Sulaiman Khatib is a Palestinian activist and Co-Director and Co-Founder of Combatants for Peace. Maya Katz is an Israeli Clinical Psychologist and steering committee member of Combatants for Peace. 
Oct 07

Ioannis Evrigenis speaks to the EPIIC Colloquium 10/6/15

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Ioannis Evrigenis spoke on the topic of Greece to the EPIIC Colloquium on October 6, 2015. 

Ioannis D. Evrigenis teaches courses on ancient and early modern political thought, the social contract, and ethics and international relations, as well as seminars on Plato, Machiavelli, Hobbes, and political theory methods.

Oct 06

Social Entrepreneurship with NGO Executive Director Molly Fisher

by miaellis

BUILD Latin America hosted NGO Executive Director Molly Fisher to share her experience and wisdom as a social entrepreneur.

Oct 05

Outward Bound Weekend 2015-2016

by tuftsigl
The 2015-16 EPIIC class spent this weekend at the Appalachian Mountain Club in Pnikham Notch, NH on its annual weekend immersion with Outward Bound.
Oct 02

Enrico Spolaore speaks to the EPIIC Colloquium 2015

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Enrico Spolaore gave  a guest lecture on Thursday, October 1, 2015 entitlted "Monnet’s Chain Reaction and the Future of Europe: Reflections on the Political Economy of European Integration."

Oct 01

Insights into Identity by Samantha Karlin

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Two months later, I don’t know how much closer I am to an answer.