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Tags: Josef Korbel School, Middle East, Nader Hashemi
The Center for Middle East Studies is the newest research center at the Josef Korbel School for International Studies. Focusing on the intersection between Islam, Democracy and Islamic-majority societies, the Center is chaired by Dr. Nader Hashemi. Dr. Hashemi took some time to talk about the center, its goals and what it has accomplished so far, as well as the prickly nature of discussing the Middle East in academia.