Karim Kawar, the former Jordanian ambassador to the United States and Mexico from 2002 to 2007 and BC ’87, spoke with Kathleen Bailey, a professor in the political science department, at the second-annual Omar Aggad Memorial Lecture on Thursday.
“It was then that I decided I must do history because I wanted to discover the truth.”
“This has to be resolved on the basis of political, legal, moral, human terms. There is no other solution,” Palestinian legislator Hanan Ashrawi said.
“Even though we can talk about these final solutions for the conflict, it may be very likely that the next five, 10, 20 years we just keep saying the same thing,” Krause said.
“I see us both trying to answer a similar question and kind of snipping off different parts of it, and together you put together kind of the patchwork of the answer,” said Peter Krause.
Communication and international studies professor Matt Sienkiewicz brings his years of experience in global media to BC classes.