Dissolving Borders and Emerging Threats: Challenges for the UK in a Turbulent Middle East
From Syria and Iraq to Libya and Yemen, political turmoil and sectarian violence are destabilizing the Middle East. Prime Minister David Cameron has described the fight against Islamic-inspired extremism as a ‘generational struggle’. The current UK government, and the next, face tough decisions about how to respond to this and other challenges across the region and who to work with to do so. This roundtable will examine the UK’s strategic priorities in an increasingly volatile Middle East.
Attendance is by invitation only.