Trump And The Constitution – The Rights of Immigrants and Refugees

Watch the video of the public lecture for the Trump and the Constitution – The Rights of Immigrants and Refugees Lecture. This public lecture was the first in what is expected to be a series of events involved with constitutional matters in the Trump Administration. This event consisted of a roundtable and audience conversation about the pressing issues involving the Trump Administration’s recent directives involving the rights and opportunities of immigrants and refugees from both the Middle East and Latin America. Roundtable discussion participants were: Kathryn Abrams, LAPA Fellow; University of California-Berkeley School of Law Amaney Jamal, Director, Mamdouha S. Bobst Center for Peace and Justice Robert O. Keohane, Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs Sohaib Sultan, Muslim Life Chaplain Moderator: Paul Frymer, Director, Program in Law and Public Affairs.

Social Justice in the Arab World since 2010: Changing Conditions, Mobilizations, and Policies

“Up to the Minute: Middle East Peace Talks”

The Woodrow Wilson School presented an “Up to the Minute” talk on April 24, 2014, about Middle East peace.

Of Empires and Citizens: Pro-American Democracy or No Democracy at All?

In the post-Cold War era, why has democratization been slow to arrive in the Arab world?

Why most Muslim Americans will vote for Obama Again

Dr. Amaney Jamal, Associate Professor of Politics at Princeton University, speaks with Julie Poucher Harbin, Editor, ISLAMiCommentary, at Duke University about why most Muslim Americans will vote for Obama again this year (2012).