2012 Policy Lecture
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A rare bit of good news; consensus and thoughts toward the long-term future of the region among powers around the Dead Sea.
A valuable reminder of the difficulties faced by the inhabitants of the Gaza strip and the world’s attitude towards them.
The second of this seven article series, this is a useful appraisal of the internal power brokers that influence US foreign policy; vital to understanding the country’s approach to developments in the Middle East.
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Shashank Joshi answers three questions in CMEC’s newest publication: What is the Geneva Agreement? What is the West getting? What is Iran getting?
CMEC hosted its annual event on the fringe of the Conservative Party Conference.
Shashank Joshi provides straightforward answers to the key questions on the current crisis in Syria.
CMEC delegations allow MPs and Peers to see the Middle East at first hand and gain a unique insight into the region by meeting leading members of government, business and civil society.
A series of briefings, debates and publications bringing together leading experts with Conservative MPs and Peers to discuss the most pressing questions for UK foreign policy in the Middle East.
A series of meetings for security experts and Conservative parliamentarians to discuss emerging threats in the Middle East and the implications for UK foreign policy.
A series of events bringing together leading business people and Conservative parliamentarians to discuss the UK’s bilateral trade and investment links with the Middle East.