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Sheehan Presents at 2013 Middle East Dialogue

Posted in analysis, clinton, counterterrorism, delisting, democracy, diplomacy, dissident, foreign policy, framing, human rights, international relations, iran, media, MEK, middle east, middle east dialogue, military, NCRI, PMOI, policy, policy studies organization, politics, protest, rajavi, regime change, rhetoric, scholarly, sheehan, state department, strike, terrorism, threat, war, weapons on February 20, 2013 by Professor Sheehan

Dr. Ivan Sascha Sheehan is presenting a paper at the 2013 Middle East Dialogue, a conference put on by the Policy Studies Organization. The event will be held at the historic Whittemore House in Washington, D.C. on February 21, 2013. The theme for the 2013 conference is Beyond the Arab Spring: New Directions in the Middle East. Sheehan’s paper is titled Challenging a Terrorist Tag in the Media: Framing, the Politics of Resistance and an Iranian Opposition Group. The paper is under review at the Digest of Middle East Studies (DOMES) and conference proceedings may also be published as a monograph.

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Sheehan Appointed to Advisory Board for U.S. Foundation for Liberty

Posted in advisory board, analysis, congress, counterterrorism, democracy, dissident, foreign policy, global, human security, intelligence, international relations, iran, iraq, MEK, middle east, military, NCRI, negotiation, nuclear, PMOI, policy, politics, rajavi, regime change, sheehan, state department, terrorism, u.s. foundation for liberty on February 6, 2013 by Professor Sheehan

Dr. Ivan Sascha Sheehan Speaking at the U.S. CongressDr. Ivan Sascha Sheehan joins prominent former U.S. Government officials including Gov. Tom Ridge, Gov. Ed Rendell, Rep. Patrick Kennedy, Attny. Gen. Michael Mukasey, Gen. Hugh Shelton, Gen. David Phillips, Gen. James Conway, Dr. Alan Gerson, and others on the Advisory Board for the U.S. Foundation for Liberty. The organization seeks to advance human rights and democracy in Iran and present timely analyses for policymakers and media outlets. #AdvisoryBoard

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