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VIDEO — Nazemroaya: Syria in Context of the “New Middle East”

Global Research TV
Dec 16, 2013

The Foreign Ministry of Ecuador and the School of International Relations of the National Institute of Advanced Studies (IAEN) of Ecuador jointly organized a seminar with workshops called “New Geopolitics in the Middle East” (La Nueva Geopolítica en Oriente Medio) with the objective of contributing to the training and education of current and future Ecuadorian diplomats and specialists dealing with the Middle East.

The following is Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya’s lecture on the thrust to redraw the borders of the Middle East and its connection to the regional conflicts in Syria, Lebanon and Iraq.

Nazemroaya also sat with other keynote speakers on a panel to discuss the direction that the Arab Spring had taken:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fi4ivN…

Lecture Date: December 12, 2013
Lecture Location: National Institute of Advanced Studies (IAEN) Auditorium

The full video with Spanish segments is located on the IAEN webpage:
http://bambuser.com/v/4177894

Event objectives for the Ecuadorian government as outlined by Foreign Minister Ricardo Patiño during its inauguration:
http://cancilleria.gob.ec/minister-of…

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