Since 2006, the Middle East Forum of Falmouth has presented over 70 lectures
on a wide range of subjects related to the Middle East, presented by a diverse array of experts.
The Western Sahara Conflict: Africa's Last Colony and Why it Matters
JACOB MUNDY, Professor, Peace and Conflict Studies, and Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies, Colgate University
Israel-Palestine Confederation: A Vision that
BERNARD AVISHAI, Professor, Hebrew University and Dartmouth College
SAM BAHOUR, Independent political analyst and business consultant, Ramallah
Shifting Sands: The Future of Israeli-Palestinian Relations
ASAF ROMIROWSKY, Director, Scholars for Peace in the Middle East
Gaza’s Struggle: Between Fading Hope and Growing Resilience
YASSER ABU-JAMEI, Director, Gaza Community Mental Health Programme, Palestine
SARA ROY, Senior Research Scholar, Center for Middle Eastern Studies, Harvard University
How a Century of Wars, Invaders, Dictators, and Poverty Generated Today’s Dismal Arab Condition
RAMI KOURI, Director, Global Engagement, American University of Beirut; Nonresident Senior Fellow, Harvard Kennedy School
Can the US Refashion Itself as a Peacemaker in the Middle East?
TRITA PARSI, Executive Vice President, Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft, Washington D.C.
International Law and its Application to the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
JULES LOBEL, Professor, University of Pittsburgh School of Law