The Middle East Institute is proud to present its first ever policy paper produced exclusively by MEI scholars. Entitled "The Arab Spring: Implications for US Policy and Interests," it draws upon the broad expertise of 25 Middle East Institute scholars to examine the impact of this year's popular uprisings in the Arab world on a variety of sectors and issues, including oil and energy, Iran, the peace process, and democratization and reform. The paper is based on a series of roundtable discussions amongst MEI scholars in response to the historic and unprecedented changes taking place in Tunisia, Egypt, Libya, Yemen, Bahrain, and beyond, and offers and offers insights and recommendations for US policymakers recalibrating America's approach to the Middle East. Please join us for the launch of this MEI featured publication and a discussion with principal coordinator and author Allen Keiswetter and contributors Amb. Molly Williamson, Amb. Art Hughes, and Charles Dunne.
December 8, 2011, 12:00 pm - July 10, 2019, 11:48 am
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Washington, 20036 (Map)