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PROGRAM

 

‘New Geopolitics of the Region’

9th December, 2016, UNESCO Amphitheater, University of Nicosia

09:00                           Registration

09:30                           Welcoming remarks by Prof. Farid Mirbagheri

-          Dialogue Chair in Middle Eastern Studies

 

Opening address by H.E. Ambassador Rea Yiordamlis.

-          Deputy Permanent Secretary and Political Director of Ministry of Foreign Affairs

 

10:00                          ‘Iranian Perspective of the New Geopolitics of the Region’

Keynote speech byH.E. Dr. Kasem Sajjadpour.

-          Deputy Foreign Minister of Islamic Republic of Iran

 

10:30                           Questions and comments

11:00                           BREAK

11:30                           Panel Discussion: ‘‘Extremism & Geopolitics of the region“

 

11.30                                     “Legal Framework of Fighting Terrorism”

Mr. Hossein Gharibi

-          Adviser to Deputy Minister for Legal and International Affairs of Iran.

 

11.45                                     “The Geopolitics of Maritime Delimitation in the Eastern Mediterranean”

Prof. Costas M. Constantinou

-          Professor of International Relations, Dept. of Social and Political Sciences University of Cyprus

 

12.00                                     "The New Geopolitics of the Region under the Shadow of the Global Trends”

Prof. Ahmet Sözen

-          Department of the Department of Political Science and International Relations, and Director of Cyprus Policy Center, EMU

 

12.15                                     “ISIS: The Industry of Violence”

Dr. Ghadir Nasri

-          Department of Law and Political Science, Kharazmi University and Senior Researcher at the Institute for Middle East Strategic Studies

 

12:30                           Questions and comments

13:00                           End of seminar

 

 
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