LECTURE: “The Competition – Conflict Spectrum in Eastern Mediterranean”

Thursday, September 19, 2019 (6:45 p.m.)


We cordially invite you to the lecture on:

The Competition – Conflict Spectrum in Eastern Mediterranean

Keynote speaker: Professor Amin Tarzi

Thursday, September 19, 2019 (6:45 p.m.)
Conference Room of the Institute of International Relations (I.I.R.)
3-5, Hill Street, Plaka

We would be honored if you could attend.

Working language:  English.

Students will be awarded a certificate if they attend the lecture.



AMIN TARZI, Director, Middle East Studies at Marine Corps University, Quantico, VA

Professor Amin Tarzi is the Director of Middle East Studies at the Marine Corps University in Quantico, Virginia (USA), an adjunct Professor of Practice (International Relations & Political Science) at University of Southern California’s Dornsife, Washington DC Program, and a Senior Fellow, Program on the Middle East, at the Foreign Policy Research Institute. His previous experience includes the position of Senior Research Associate for the Middle East at the Center for Nonproliferation Studies, Monterey Institute of International Studies, the post of Political Advisor to the Saudi Arabian Mission to the United Nations, and Analyst on Iranian affairs at the Emirates Center for Strategic Studies and Research in Abu Dhabi. His areas of interest include the Middle East and its neighbors in Eastern Mediterranean, Black Sea —including the impact of regional policies in these regions on U.S. national security and interests, evolving maritime competitions, states and borderization, and counter- and nonproliferation of nuclear weapons and their delivery systems. Dr. Tarzi has a PhD and a MA degree from the Department of Middle East Studies at New York University and a BA in philosophy and political science from Queens College in New York City.