Religion and Politics in North Africa: Emerging Trends and Implications for U.S. Policy

Cleveland Committee on Foreign Relations events are for CCFR members only. Dr. Sarah J. Feuer, an expert on politics and religion in North Africa, is a Soref Fellow at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy. Feuer will explore what the future holds for Tunisia, Morocco and other North African countries as they fight extremist fighting, […]


Promoting Financial Accountability

The Cleveland Council on World Affairs will be welcoming visitors from the Near East and North Africa for the program “Promoting Financial Accountability” in mid-August. Through their visit to Cleveland, visitors will learn about the city’s best practices in regards to the development and implementation of international finance reporting standards, the support of professional organizations […]


Women’s Innovations in Science and Entrepreneurship (WISE)

The Cleveland Council on World Affairs looks forward to welcoming visitors from the Near East and North Africa this April for the project “Women’s Innovations in Science and Entrepreneurship” (WISE). This project will examine women’s contributions to science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) through research and development, education and teaching, leadership, entrepreneurship, and public policy […]


Regional Health Challenges: Research and Remedies

The Near East and North Africa face many regional health challenges that require innovative and efficient resources to address them. Among these challenges are the spread of infectious diseases, cardiovascular disease, and the care of disadvantaged populations, particularly refugees, throughout the region. The Cleveland Council on World Affairs will be hosting visitors from the Near East and […]

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