Katharyn Hanson stands on stage at the World Café Live in Philadelphia in front of a crowd of several dozen. Behind her flash images of antiquities and artifacts that make up much of the cultural legacy in places like Syria and Iraq. Sprinkled throughout are photos of explosions, dark gray plumes masking former heritage sites.
By Julie McWilliams
In testimony before the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva, Benjamin Fogel spoke out against the repression of political freedom, false imprisonment and the absence of an independent judiciary in Belarus. But Fogel isn’t a world leader or foreign-policy expert.
Ian Lustick of the School of Arts and Sciences shares his thoughts on the U.S. responding to Syrian President Bashar Assad.
Note for TV and radio: The University of Pennsylvania has both an on-campus ISDN line and an on-campus satellite uplink facility with live-shot capability.
Dr. Mehmet Darakcioglu
Middle East Center Associate Director
University of Pennsylvania