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Vali Nasr: The US and China in the Middle East (Complete)

NEW YORK, June 17, 2013 — Vali Nasr, Dean of the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), speaks with Mary Kissel of the Wall Street Journal about U.S. and Chinese priorities in light of the changing political situation in Iran, Syria, and throughout the Middle East region. Asia Society Trustee Hamid Biglari introduces the program. (1 hr., 20 min.)

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