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Soros and Osiatynski Reflect and Reminisce about the Relationship Between Civil Society and Open Society

“Is Civil Society Good for Open Society” was just one of the topics that CEU Founder and Honorary Chairman George Soros and SPP/CEU Professor Wiktor Osiatynski touched on during an engaging 100-minute discussion at the School of Public Policy (SPP) at Central European University (CEU) on November 26.

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Greenwald Comments on Developments in the Iranian Nuclear Negotiations

In an interview with the Tasnim News Agency (Tehran) on November 25, SPP Visiting Professor and International Crisis Group Vice President Jon Greenwald discussed prospects for the ongoing Iranian nuclear negotiations.

SPP Passion Project Team Develops Aleppo Reconstruction Plan

“The passion is still there even a year later,” Tamilla Dauletbayeva (MPA ’15) said about her team’s Passion Project, the two-year capstone project for MPA students at the School of Public Policy (SPP) at CEU. Working with classmates Attila Mester (MPA ’15) and Yuxin Wang (MPA ’15), the team is undertaking a project for the Center for Conflict, Negotiation and Recovery (CCNR) to develop reconstruction and policy recommendations for Aleppo, Syria.

Sadowski Describes the Africanization of the Middle East

School of Public Policy (SPP) Professor Yahya Sadowski presented his research about state formation and state decay during a faculty seminar at SPP on November 21.