GMU's Middle East and Islamic Studies Program Presents
Reevaluation or Retreat?
How a Biden Administration will Approach Israel/Palestine
Featuring Yousef Munayyer
Wednesday, 14 April 2021
12:00 PM EST
Presented by GMU's Middle East and Islamic Studies Program.
Cosponsored by Global Affairs, Arab Studies Institute, Department of History, Center for Global Islamic Studies
After four years of a Trump Administration in the United States, resetting relationships around the world is among the top priorities of a Biden administration. What will Israel/Palestine policy look like in a Biden Administration? Will US goals shift? How will other issues outside of Israel/Palestine in the region shape what is possible? How does Israel/Palestine policy fit into a broader global agenda articulated by the administration Weighing current interests and obstacles, Yousef Munayyer will discuss what to expect from the Biden Administration on this issue in the coming years. Join on Wednesday, 14 April on Jadaliyya's Facebook to watch Munayyer's discussion.
Yousef Munayyer is an Adjunct Professor at George Mason University. His research interests are in repression and dissent dynamics, state/civil society relations, decision making in foreign policy, and Israel/Palestine. He has published in both mainstream media and policy and academic journals on these topics. Munayyer received his Ph.D. in Government and Politics from the University of Maryland in 2015, concentrated on comparative politics and international law.