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Nadim Makdisi Fund
Issam Fares Institute Steering Committee
Arab and International Affairs
Civil Society Actors & Policymaking
Climate Change and Environment in the Arab World
Education and Youth Policy Research Program
Energy Policy and Security in the Middle East
Palestinian Oral History Archive
Refugee Research and Policy in the Arab World
Social Justice and Development Policy in the Arab World
Social Justice and the City
Research and Policy-making in the Arab World Program
UN in the Arab World
Youth in the Arab World
The Future of the "Islamic State" Provinces and Affiliates
Social Justice in the Arab World since 2010
Changing Ecologies of War and Humanitarianism - 2016
Five Years after the Arab Revolutions - 2016
Nadim Makdisi Memorial Fund Annual Lecture
Nadim Makdisi Memorial Fund Call for Research Proposals
Issam Fares Institute
The Issam Fares Institute for Public Policy and International Affairs (IFI) at AUB is pleased to announce the inaugural event in its series.
The Ambassador in the Academy which will bring resident and roving ambassadors of countries and multinational institutions to AUB for a day to exchange thoughts with students, faculty and staff.
Her Excellency Frances Guy Ambassador of the United Kingdom to Lebanon
"More fraternity than friction: The role of values and policies in relations between the United Kingdom and the Arab and Islamic world"
10 am, Monday, Dec. 10, Auditorium B1, College Hall, AUB
Frances Guy took up appointment as Her Majesty?s Ambassador in Beirut in October 2006. She was Ambassador to Yemen between 2001-2004 and before that served in other diplomatic posts in Paris, Khartoum, Bangkok and Addis Ababa. In 2004-2006 she was Head of the Engaging with the Islamic World Department in the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Before joining the diplomatic service, Ms Guy worked with the British Council in Damascus, Syria and with the European Parliament in Luxembourg. She studied international relations at Aberdeen University in Scotland, as well as at the Bologna Centre of Johns Hopkins University in Bologna, Italy and Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada.
The United Nations and International Law, in Lebanon and the Middle East
with comments by
, Personal Representative of the United Nations Secretary-General for Lebanon and United Nations Special Coordinator for Lebanon
Dr Karim Makdisi,
Assistant Professor of political science and international relations, AUB
lecturer in political science, AUB, and former UNIFIL senior advisor
Wednesday, December 5