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Salon Series Kicks off with Graham Fuller

abstract:Here is the line up of events and speakers planned for the first half of 2015. Order your digital books online via our links to get a jump-start on reading. Hard or soft cover books will also be available at respective events.

February sees the launch of our exclusive "2015 Salon Series" with talks by fascinating speakers on provocative topics that are hosted in select homes in Vancouver and Whistler. The first is with writer, political analyst and commentator Graham Fuller who is an expert on the Middle East having lived in the region for over two decades during his career as a top analyst for the CIA and later at the nonprofit global policy think thank - RAND Corporation. He speaks Arabic, Russian, Chinese and Turkish and has authored over a dozen books and writes for the World Huffington Post. His talk was originally titled, "ISIS: Leadership in the Middle East" but will now include timely perspectives on the week's tragic Paris killings at Charlie Hebdo. Space is limited - this is by invitation. Wine, tapas and his latest book, Turkey and the Arab Spring: Leadership in the Middle East. Please contact me if you are interested in the series. paula.shack at gmail.com

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January 14, 2015

 

 

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