This debate will discuss: The ‘Arab Spring’ has galvanised the Middle East. The uprisings that spread throughout the region with surprising speed mark the beginning of serious political and social change. What are the underlying causes of the revolutions? Do we have a legal obligation to support the democrats? Can military intervention ever be justified? If so, why is intervention justified in Libya but not Syria? What does the future hold for new democracies?
Speakers include Robin Yassin-Kassab and Joshua Castellino in conversation with Ziauddin Sardar,
introduced by Joshua Castellino.
Book: ‘The Arabs Are Alive’ Critical Muslim, Vol.1
Location: Hendon Town Hall Chamber
Further information: This event is open to anyone who would like to attend, but please confirm your place by emailing Christiana Frandzis: firstname.lastname@example.org
From 19-20 October meet Middlesex University staff from our European Regional Team at this Education UK event in Madrid, Spain.
The Promotional Cultures Research Group is pleased to welcome back Professor Adam Arvidsson from the University of Milan.
Nicholas LeBoutillier reviews the literature on creative cognition and presents the findings from a series of studies.
On 20th October 2016 meet Middlesex University London staff at this NACAC Performing & Visual Arts event in San Diego, USA.