“The Right Way to Help Syria's Rebels”: Los Angeles Times op-ed co-authored by 2011-12 Visiting Fellow Dalia Dassa Kaye
The United States can support the insurgents without providing arms.
There's a 37 percent chance that the United States or Israel will strike Iran in the next year, according to The Atlantic's Iran War Dial.
Alexandra Lieben brings her real-world experience as a mediator into her role as a teacher, mentor and Burkle Center deputy director
Maternal mortality is brought to light through film, upcoming talk
Osama bin Laden Was Not Caught Because of Torture but in Spite of It: Daily Beast Op-Ed by Burkle Center Fellow Matthew Alexander
Contrary to the claims by the man who ran the CIA’s torture program, attempts to find and kill Osama bin Laden were hindered by waterboarding and other torture techniques.
The UCLA Burkle Center for International Relations is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2011-12 Alice Belkin Memorial Scholarship.
Janet Napolitano stops at UCLA to discuss national homeland security issues
Burkle Center Visiting Fellow Dalia Dassa Kaye and Eric Lorber explain containment strategy and whether or not this is an effective policy towards Iran.
New online journal provides news and views related to international topics and issues
Bosco Ntaganda unexpectedly spotted in the town of Goma
Janet Napolitano will give a public talk on April 16
The now-familiar pattern of the Arab Spring -- popular outcries for freedom provoking hideous repression -- seems to warrant military intervention to stop the slaughter in Syria. But first we need answers to some hard questions.
On the 40th anniversary of President Richard Nixon's visit to China, experts discuss "the week that changed the world."
Burkle Center Visiting Fellow Dalia Dassa Kaye and political analyst Alireza Nader discuss how Israel and Iran came to the brink of war on RadioWest.
The conference Nixon in China: A Legacy Revisited shows how far the U.S.-China relationship has come.
Dalia Dassa Kaye speaks to Voice of America about talks between President Barack Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Iran options.
Famed peacemaker discusses world disputes, recent Mideast events
Worse than a nuclear-armed Iran would be a nuclear-armed Iran that has been attacked by Israel.
As the two countries prepare for war, a forgotten history of collaboration