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  • Uncertain Future: Are U.S.-Gulf Relations in Crisis?

    Uncertain Future: Are U.S.-Gulf Relations in Crisis?

    Recent developments in the Middle East have presented new challenges to the foreign policies of Saudi Arabia and the Gulf Arab states.

  • Arab Security Sector Restructuring and Transformation

    • January 23, 2014 —  Amman

    The second conference in the Carnegie Middle East Center’s security sector reform project followed up on the progress of participants in the two years since the previous conference.

  • First MENA Think Tank Summit

    • December 13, 2013 —  Istanbul

    The overarching theme of the conference was dedicated to increasing the effectiveness of think tanks in the region by identifying key opportunities for institutional growth.

  • Writing and Research for a Think Tank

    • December 10, 2013 —  Amman

    Carnegie’s Washington-based Middle East Program and the Carnegie Middle East Center jointly hosted two policy writing workshop for junior and senior scholars working across Carnegie’s regional partner think network and Sada’s youth network.

  • The Socioeconomic Impact of the Syrian Crisis and Alternative Existing Scenarios

    The Socioeconomic Impact of the Syrian Crisis and Alternative Existing Scenarios

    The ongoing crisis in Syria has devastated the country on every level. The Carnegie Middle East Center and the Syrian Center for Policy Research hosted a discussion of Syria’s current socioeconomic conditions and evaluated potential post-conflict reconstruction scenarios.

  • Post-Conflict Economic Reconstruction in Syria

    • October 28, 2013 —  Beirut

    The Carnegie Middle East Center, along with senior scholars from its Syrian think tank partner, convened a select group of Syrian economists from around the world to discuss the economic impact of the Syrian uprisings.

  • Youth Network Initiative: Meeting #3

    • October 11, 2013 —  Istanbul

    The third meeting took place in Turkey and focused on how youth in the Arab world can face the challenges of increasing social and political polarization.

  • Project on Emerging Arab Political Parties

    • September 30, 2013 —  Amman

    A group of policymakers and party leaders from Egypt, Tunisia and Libya to explore challenges facing new, emerging Arab political parties in defining their platforms in a polarized political environment.

  • Arab Transitions in Crisis

    • September 29, 2013 —  Amman

    The Arab transitions initiative held to a conference in Amman that tackled the specific challenges facing Tunisia, Egypt, Libya, and Yemen.

  • Strategic Communications and Media Training

    • August 22, 2013 —  Amman

    The training centered on studying the media environment in the Middle East and how it works including how scholars can work with the media to spread their analysis to a wider audience.

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