Woodrow Wilson Center works with NED and Hoover Institute on Iran

September 15, 2007 at 9:22 am (faux democracy promotion, Think Tanks)

Woodrow Wilson Center is the faux think tank that the recently released faux Iranian dissident Esfandari works for.

September 2, 2007

[The Woodrow Wilson Center] is continuing to engage in joint venturing with other institutions around the country and overseas – joint venturing that is mutually beneficial and that extends the reach and the effectiveness of the Center’s work.
Examples include:

numerous Latin American Program conferences co-hosted with a variety of Latin America-based institutions on such topics
as Haiti, Cuba, US-Mexican relations, and peace building in Colombia;

The Kennan Institute working with four major American foundations on a conference in Russia on civil society and its important role;

Middle East Program conferences with the Hoover Institution on Iran, with USIP for Iraqi women, and with the National Endowment for Democracy on Islamism and democracy in Muslim countries;

and the convening of a number of university groups, business groups, and nongovernmental organization representatives with government officials from several agencies to assess the balance between access and security and to discuss current visa issues and a myriad of problems getting foreigners into the United States.

via Hossein Derakhshan’s blog.


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