Then & Now

U.S. Foreign Policy in the Middle East: Changes in the Neoliberal Age

May 17, 2021 UCLA Luskin Center for History and Policy Episode 43
Then & Now
U.S. Foreign Policy in the Middle East: Changes in the Neoliberal Age
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Then & Now
U.S. Foreign Policy in the Middle East: Changes in the Neoliberal Age
May 17, 2021 Episode 43
UCLA Luskin Center for History and Policy

UCLA undergraduate students Firyal Bawab and Mariam Aref Mahmoud and graduate student Phil Hoffman join Then & Now to discuss their forthcoming report on U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East. They track the historical effects of American “soft” or "non-military" foreign policy in the Middle East on regional governments and economies over time, including the consequences of neoliberalism in Egypt and Jordan. They also share their experiences conducting research with the Luskin Center for History and Policy.

Show Notes

UCLA undergraduate students Firyal Bawab and Mariam Aref Mahmoud and graduate student Phil Hoffman join Then & Now to discuss their forthcoming report on U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East. They track the historical effects of American “soft” or "non-military" foreign policy in the Middle East on regional governments and economies over time, including the consequences of neoliberalism in Egypt and Jordan. They also share their experiences conducting research with the Luskin Center for History and Policy.