New lecture series explores diplomacy, development and foreign affairs

Portland State's Middle East Studies Center launched its Careers in International Affairs and Development Series with a talk by Adjunct Professor Peter Bechtold, “Career...

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Jan. 7 Syria: Air strikes continue in Eastern Ghouta At least 17 civilians—including four children—were killed in a series of airstrikes carried out by Syrian...

Attendance high at Kurdish Culture Night

Kurdish Culture Night took place at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 30 in Smith Memorial Ballroom. The annual event is organized by the Kurdish...

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Dec. 12 Washington, D.C.: White House contradicts Tillerson on North Korea talks Days before heading to a Security Council meeting on North Korea with other...

New lecture series explores diplomacy, development and foreign affairs

Portland State's Middle East Studies Center launched its Careers in International Affairs and Development Series with a talk by Adjunct Professor Peter Bechtold, “Career...

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