U.S. Policy in the Middle East: Presidential Priorities and What to Expect

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Published on 2 Dec 2020, 19:01
Panelists discuss recent events in the Middle East and how those events may affect U.S. Middle East policy in the coming year, including normalized relations between Israel and two Gulf nations; Lebanon and Libya devolving into failed states; ongoing conflict in Yemen and Syria; continued proxy tensions between Saudi Arabia and Iran; and turbulence in energy markets. 

Speakers
Catherine E. Herrold
Associate Professor, Lilly Family School of Philanthropy, Indiana University

Amy Austin Holmes
Fellow, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars

David Linfield
International Affairs Fellow, Council on Foreign Relations

Presider
Mustafa M. Siddiqui
Senior Managing Director, Blackstone

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