Regional Studies seminar: The Post-America Middle East
The Middle East Institute is pleased to announce its new regional studies seminar course: The Post-America Middle East. Hear first-hand from Washington's top scholars and leading experts about the region's new challenges and actors. From a rise in regional powers of Iran and Saudi Arabia, to the growing influences of external powers from Russia and China. Unpack the new intricacies of the region in a post-America Middle East.
Register today to better understand the challenges of tomorrow.
This course is held on Wednesdays, March 6 to April 24, from 6:30 - 8:00 pm at the Middle East Institute in Washington, D.C.
1319 18th St. NW Washington, DC 20036.
Post-America Middle East: Amb. Gerald Feierstein (March 6)
China's Expanding Role: Deborah Lehr (March 13)
Rise of Regional Powers: Paul Salem (March 20)
Political and Social Developments: Mai El-Sadany (March 27)
Defense and Security: Melissa Dalton (April 3)
Russia's Growing Influence: Dina Esfandiary (April 10)
Economics and Energy: Jean Francois Seznec (April 17)
Expecting the Unexpected: Steven Kenney (April 24)