A Changing Middle East and Implications for NATO

calendarclock - (BST)
locationOnline
Share

Is there a role for NATO in the Middle East over the coming decade?


The event looks at the current and forthcoming challenges in the Middle East, exploring flashpoints of confrontations, shifting rivalries and alliances, and trends that could shape the security landscape over the next decade. We try to identify ways to increase regional stability, including what role NATO may play in this context. 

Speakers

Opening remarks   

Neil Melvin, Director, International Security Studies, RUSI  
Thierry Tardy, Director, Research Division, NATO Defence College  

Panelists

Maria Fantappie, Special Adviser for the Middle East and North Africa region, Centre for Humanitarian Dialogue  

Vali Nasr, Majid Khadduri Professor of Middle East Studies and International Affairs, Johns Hopkins University’s School of Advanced International Studies  

Pierre Razoux, Academic and Research Director, Mediterranean Foundation of Strategic Studies 

Michael Stephens, Associate Fellow, RUSI  

Chair: Aniseh Bassiri Tabrizi, Senior Research Fellow and lead of the Unpacking the MENA programme, RUSI & Non-Resident Associate Fellow, NATO Defence College

Event partner

  • NATO Defence College

    This event is held in partnership with NATO Defence College.

Watch the recording



keywords

Explore our related content