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Speakers: Raphael Cormack

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What's it like being Muslim in the United States, post-9/11? Join us Wednesday, Sept. 29 at 12pm PT / 3pm ET to hear from a panel of experts who will go over the results of a comprehensive new survey (to be released that morning) conducted by the Othering & Belonging Institute on the experiences and attitudes of US Muslims. Speakers:

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Presenter: Neşe Kaya Özkan

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Speaker/ Leader: Dr. Ümit Kurt

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Speakers: Yair Wallach and Shira Robinson

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Speaker/ Leader: Andrey Kortunov, Yun Sun, Zuhra Halimova, Akram Umarov.

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Speaker: Yasmine Flodin-Ali

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Speakers: : Nikhil Anand, Michael Christopher Low, Ekin Kurtiç

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Fyodor Lukyanov, one of Russia’s leading analysts of foreign affairs, believes the messy American withdrawal from Afghanistan indicates that the United States intends to focus more narrowly—and more strategically—on national interests worth defending. Join us for a conversation between Lukyanov and Alexandra Vacroux to hear how the Russians are interpreting the U.S. exit from Kabul and the opportunities it may create for Russia. Is the American withdrawal good for Russia? Could more contained American foreign policy goals allow for better U.S.-Russia bilateral relations?

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Pope Francis inspires global leadership and readily encourages bonds of friendship with other leaders like him. In early 2019, he and Grand Imam of Al-Azhar Ahmed Al-Tayyeb (signing for a committee of Sunni religious leaders) issued a “Document on Human Fraternity for World Peace and Living Together.”

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