U.S. policy in the Middle-East: Can disappointment be staved off?
Secretary Kerry's efforts have been relentless and admirable. They brought about a détente with Iran, the renewal of talks between Israelis and Palestinians, an implication of Russia in the Syrian crisis. These efforts have been opposed by many actors in the very Middle-East, however, and they must now compete with the Ukrainian issue. What is the current oultook for U.S. policy in the Middle-East?
Michele Dunne, Senior Associate, Middle East program, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
James Zogby, Founder and President, Arab-American Institute
Arshad Mohammed, U.S. Foreign Policy Correspondant, Thomson Reuters
Bruno Tertrais, Senior Research Fellow, Fondation pour la Recherche Stratégique
Moderator: Laurence Nardon, Head of the United States Program, Ifri
The seminar will be held in English without translation.
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