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Faculty Panel Considers Global Consequences of Iraq War

A panel of Columbia faculty discusses topics relating to the war in Iraq, including the consequences for the Middle East and the foreign and domestic policy of the United States.


Katherine Franke, Professor Of Law

Real Video (2:55)

Zainab Bahrani, Edith Porada Associate Professor Of Ancient Near Eastern Art History And Archaeology

On Iraq Today And The Status Of Historical Sites

Real Video (12:48)

Richard Garfield, Henrik H. Bendixen Professor Of Clinical

International Nursing On Public Health Conditions In Iraq And Civilian War Casualties

Real Video (15:05)

Rashid Khalidi, Edward Said Chair Of Modern Arab Studies And Literature

On The Middle East Region And Democracy Initiatives
Real Video (18:11)

Gary Sick, Senior Research Scholar, Middle East Institute

On The US And Iran
Real Video (15:00)

Charles Armstrong, Associate Professor Of History

On The US And North Korea
Real Video (16:25)

Victoria De Grazia, Professor Of History

On The US And Europe
Real Video (19:20)

Jean Cohen, Professor Of Political Science

On Sovereignty, Imposed Democracy, And International Law
Real Video (12:10)

Andrew Nathan, Professor Of Political Science

On Torture
Real Video (15:25)

George Fletcher, Professor Of Law

On Civil Liberties

Real Video (13:37)

Eric Foner, Dewitt Clinton Professor Of History

On Antiwar Movements And Repression In The US
Real Video (13:35)

Production Number: 345
Shot: Mar 29, 2005
Published: Jul 21, 2005
Last modified:Sep 12, 2005