Category Archives: Pressman

Pressman on Confederalism and Israel/Palestine

Over at the blog Political Violence @ a Glance, Prof. Jeremy Pressman published a post entitled, “Israel-Palestine: Questioning a Confederal Solution.” Congratulations!

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Blessing publishes paper on Muslim Brotherhood

Molly Blessing ’15 published an article in Al Nakhlah on the Muslim Brotherhood. The piece is entitled, “Responses to revolutions: A comparative analysis of the actions of the Muslim Brotherhood branches in Egypt and Syria in the wake of the … Continue reading

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Pressman on Hamas-Israel War

Over at UConn Today, Prof. Jeremy Pressman answered questions about the struggle to attain a ceasefire in Gaza and Israel. Pressman also wrote about the Government of Israel’s strategic goal at Political Violence @ a Glance, a political science blog … Continue reading

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POLS Professors on Ukraine Panel

POLS Professors Bayulgen, Pressman, and Dyson participated in a forum on the situation in Ukraine. Photo by Robert Wishart:

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Summer Course: Arab-Israeli Conflict (POLS 3464)

Prof. Jeremy Pressman will be offering “The Arab-Israeli Conflict” (POLS 3464) in May term at UConn (Storrs). It is a 3-credit course. For further information, email jeremy.pressman at uconn.edu . We spoke with him about the course. How do you … Continue reading

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Pressman on Iran Deal

Prof. Jeremy Pressman was quoted in an Al Jazeera English article on the nuclear deal between Iran and the P5 + 1 countries. Congratulations!

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Pressman on WNPR on Israeli-Palestinian talks

Prof. Jeremy Pressman was a guest on Where We Live (WNPR). He spoke about the current Israeli-Palestinian talks and the possibility of a two-state solution. Congratulations!

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