Clovis Maksoud

Clovis Maksoud

Clovis Maksoud was born in Bristow, Okla., on Dec. 17, 1926 to Lebanese parents. Wikipedia*

On the C-SPAN Networks:
Clovis Maksoud has 23 videos in the C-SPAN Video Library; the first appearance was a 1987 News Conference as an Ambassador for the United States of the League of Arab States. The year with the most videos was 1989 with five videos as a Permanent Observer for the United Nations of the League of Arab States. The year with the highest average number of views per program was 1991 with an average of 296 views per program. Most common tags: Middle East, Foreign Policy, Palestinian Authority.

Appearances by Title:c. October 24, 2003 - Present Professor, International Relations, American University Videos: 4

Previously

Ambassador, United States, League of Arab States c. December 23, 1987 - c. December 22, 1988 Videos: 4 Director, Center for the Global South, American University c. June 13, 1999 - c. June 12, 1999 Videos: 2 Permanent Observer, United Nations, League of Arab States c. December 22, 1988 - c. January 10, 1991 Videos: 13

Recent Appearances

  • U.S. Foreign Policy and the Arab World

    U.S. Foreign Policy and the Arab World

    Panelists talked about U.S. foreign policy in North Africa and the Middle East following several popular uprisings, sometimes referred to as…

  • Political Unrest in the Middle East

    Political Unrest in the Middle East

    Middle East experts talked about the recent anti-government protests and political unrest in North Africa and the Middle…

  • Rally Against Middle East Conflict

    Rally Against Middle East Conflict

    Members of Act Now to Stop War and End Racism (A.N.S.W.E.R.) led a coalition rally in Lafayette Park. The participants…

  • Future of Iraq

    Future of Iraq

    Mr. Maksoud talked about the future of Iraq and the potential impact of Saddam Hussein’s capture on progress in…

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