Globalization and Minorities in Muslim Societies*
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Six participants discuss the impact of globalization on some of the
ethnic and religious minorities in Muslim countries including
Introductions by Mary-Jane Deeb, Arab World Area Specialist, Library of Congress (Chair)
Dunstan Wai, Senior Advisor, Operational
Core Services, the Vice Presidency, The World Bank, "The Impact
of Globalization on Minorities in Eastern Africa"
Magda Gohar-Chrobog, Public Policy
Scholar, Woodrow Wilsion International Center for Scholars, "Religious
Diversity: Threat of Security for Middle East Societies? A Sociological
and Historical Study-the Case of Egypt"
Introductions by Prosser Gifford, Director of Scholarly Programs,
Library of Congress (Chair)
Claire Mouradian, Research Professor,
National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS) Paris, "The Karabagh
Issue, Ethnic Conflict or Decolonization Crisis?"
Edmund Ghareeb, Specialist on the Kurdish Question, Adjunct Professor, American University, Washington, DC, "The Kurdish Question in the Middle East: An Overview"
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