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Add to Calendar 18/04/2019 10:00 18/04/2019 12:00 Africa/Casablanca Table ronde “Japon et Maghreb”   Policy Center for the New South (PCNS) a le plaisir de recevoir M. Abdallah Saaf, [1] Senior Fellow, PCNS pour la présentation de son projet de papier portant sur les relations entre le Japon et le Maghreb, le*/ /*/18 Avril à 10H dans les locaux du PCNS/. [1] http://www.policycenter.ma/experts/saaf Policy Center for the New South, Rabat OCP Policy Center contact@ocppc.ma false DD/MM/YYYY
Thursday, April 18, 2019 - 10:00 to 12:00

Table ronde “Japon et Maghreb”

 

Policy Center for the New South (PCNS) a le plaisir de recevoir M. Abdallah Saaf, Senior Fellow, PCNS pour la présentation de son projet de papier portant sur les relations entre le Japon et le Maghreb, le 18 Avril à 10H dans les locaux du PCNS.

Cette présentation sera accompagnée d’une discussion sur le document qui traite des rapports entre le Maghreb et une puissance comme le Japon.

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About the Speaker :
  • Abdellah Saaf, Senior Fellow, Policy Center for the New South

    Abdallah Saaf is a professor of Political sciences at Mohamed V Rabat University, Director of the Center for Studies in Social Sciences Research (CERSS), Founder of the Moroccan Association of Political Science, Director of Abhath Review, as well as Senior Fellow at the Policy Center for the New South, who focuses on political science, international relations, policies and development strategies and public policies.

    Professor Saaf was a member of the commission in charge of revising the Constitution during July 2011, and member of the Scientific Committee at the Global Forum for Humans rights. Professor Saaf is a former Minister of Education from 1998 to 2004. He also manages an annual publication called “Strategic Report of Morocco” since 1995.

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