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Shirazi foundation's advisor attended event titled : 'Post-Arbitration Scenarios for the South China Sea Disputes: Continuing Crises or Opportunities for US and Asea'n,' hosted by the East West Center. This informative event targeted the ongoing differences between China and its neighboring countries over Islands and

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Establishing new strategic vision for any economy entails strong cooperation, clear focus on tangible topics, and analysis of positive and negative of the methods put forth. HLED facilitates the spotlight zooming in on the relations of the United States and neighboring countries. Shirazi Foundation’s advisor

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Hosted by the Wilson Center, Shirazi Foundation’s conflict resolution expert attends an informative and analytical conference on “Authorizing Military Action Against ISIL.” Wilson Center has hand picked experts from the worlds of war, law, and Congress discussed how legislators can shape national security strategy while

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Hosted by Stimson Center, Shirazi Foundation’s advisor on Economics attended an informative event titled; “Private Sector Development In The Middle East,” and took note of strategic roadmaps for the future of Middle East economics. This event gathered professionals from variety of economical fields and experts

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Egypt's education system is the largest in the Middle East, but ranks 131st out of 144 countries in the World Economic Forum's latest report on global competitiveness. As computers and internet access have become more readily available , professionals in Egypt are working  to address

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In 2014, the unfortunate events of Ferguson Missouri ignited different reactions from both sides of the political spectrum, raising awareness amongst communities in various parts of the country. In order to understand a conflict better, panelists addressed the broad question of “What do we do

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A key goal of policymakers is to foster transatlantic understanding and collaboration to help promote financial stability and economic growth. On February 25, the Economic Studies program at Brookings hosted an event featuring Lord Hill, the new European commissioner for financial stability, financial services and capital

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