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Paul Lenze Interview — Podcast May 15, 2017

Sorting Out the Threads in the Middle East: Proxy Wars, Ethnic and Sectarian Alignments, Failed States, Realpolitik, and the Agony of Millions of Refugees.  Mike Cosentino and Steve Williamson welcome  Dr. Paul Lenze, Professor of Politics and International Affairs at Northern Arizona University, back … Continue reading

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Paul Lenze Interview — Podcast May 28, 2012

A Closer Look at Iran: Middle-East expert Dr. Paul Lenze, of Northern Arizona University, returns to Democratic Perspective to discuss Iran’s history, demographic make-up, and political ambitions. Does Iran want to become a nuclear power? If so, what are its reasons, and how, … Continue reading

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Paul Lenze Interview — Podcast March 26, 2012

The Last Resort: Middle-East expert Dr. Paul Lenze, of Northern Arizona University, talks with Democratic Perspective co-hosts Michael Cosentino and Stephen Williamson about the consequences of military actions against Iran, consequences which have often been overlooked or downplayed by powerful advocates in the … Continue reading

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