Dr Anthony Billingsley talks with the President of AIIA NSW, Colin Chapman, on the crises in Egypt and Syria and ongoing talks between Iran and the United States. Dr Billingsley is a senior lecturer in international relations at the University of NSW. He has a doctorate in Arab constitutional law and is a former officer with the Office of National Assessments. He is just back from a six-month spell in the region.
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