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Geo-Political Dynamics of Arabia and the Gulf [2021 Arab-US Policymakers Conference‪]‬ National Council on U.S.-Arab Relations Program Audio

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"Geo-Political Dynamics of Arabia and the Gulf"
30th Annual Arab-U.S. Policymakers Conference: "Whither U.S.-Arab Relations? Unnerving Uncertainties Amidst Complex Realities and New Possibilities"
Organized by the National Council on U.S.-Arab Relations
18 November 2021
*Virtual Conference*
> Introduction:
> Dr. John Duke Anthony - National Council on U.S.-Arab Relations Founding President and Chief Executive Officer; Author, inter alia, of "Arab States of the Lower Gulf: People, Politics, Petroleum"; "Historical and Cultural Dictionary of the Sultanate of Oman and the Emirates of Eastern Arabia"; and "The United Arab Emirates: Dynamics of State Formation".
> Chair:
> Dr. Abdullah Baabood - Waseda University (Tokyo, Japan) School of International Liberal Studies Chair for Islamic Area Studies and Visiting Professor; former National University of Singapore Middle East Institute Visiting Professor; former Qatar University Gulf Studies Centre Director; former University of Cambridge (UK) Gulf Research Centre Director.
> Speakers:
> Dr. Abdullah Al Shayji - Kuwait University Professor of International Relations and Post Graduate Political Science Program Director; Author, The GCC Crises: The Root Causes, The Mediation Efforts, And the Future of the GCC Alliance.
> Ms. Samar Fatany - Jeddah Broadcasting Station English section Chief Broadcaster; Author of Saudi Perceptions and Western Misconceptions, Saudi Women Towards a New Era, and Saudi Challenges and Reforms.
> Ambassador (Ret.) Anne Patterson - former U.S. Department of State Assistant Secretary for Near Eastern and North African Affairs (2013-2017); former U.S. Ambassador to Egypt (2011-2013), Pakistan (2007-2010), Colombia (2000-2003), and El Salvador (1997-2000).
> Dr. Emma Soubrier - George Washington University Elliott School of International Affairs Institute for Middle East Studies Professorial Lecturer and Visiting Scholar; Arab Gulf States Institute in Washington Non-Resident Fellow; Author of Qatar and the United Arab Emirates: Diverging Paths to Regional and Global Power (2022).
Visit www.ncusar.org for more information.

"Geo-Political Dynamics of Arabia and the Gulf"
30th Annual Arab-U.S. Policymakers Conference: "Whither U.S.-Arab Relations? Unnerving Uncertainties Amidst Complex Realities and New Possibilities"
Organized by the National Council on U.S.-Arab Relations
18 November 2021
*Virtual Conference*
> Introduction:
> Dr. John Duke Anthony - National Council on U.S.-Arab Relations Founding President and Chief Executive Officer; Author, inter alia, of "Arab States of the Lower Gulf: People, Politics, Petroleum"; "Historical and Cultural Dictionary of the Sultanate of Oman and the Emirates of Eastern Arabia"; and "The United Arab Emirates: Dynamics of State Formation".
> Chair:
> Dr. Abdullah Baabood - Waseda University (Tokyo, Japan) School of International Liberal Studies Chair for Islamic Area Studies and Visiting Professor; former National University of Singapore Middle East Institute Visiting Professor; former Qatar University Gulf Studies Centre Director; former University of Cambridge (UK) Gulf Research Centre Director.
> Speakers:
> Dr. Abdullah Al Shayji - Kuwait University Professor of International Relations and Post Graduate Political Science Program Director; Author, The GCC Crises: The Root Causes, The Mediation Efforts, And the Future of the GCC Alliance.
> Ms. Samar Fatany - Jeddah Broadcasting Station English section Chief Broadcaster; Author of Saudi Perceptions and Western Misconceptions, Saudi Women Towards a New Era, and Saudi Challenges and Reforms.
> Ambassador (Ret.) Anne Patterson - former U.S. Department of State Assistant Secretary for Near Eastern and North African Affairs (2013-2017); former U.S. Ambassador to Egypt (2011-2013), Pakistan (2007-2010), Colombia (2000-2003), and El Salvador (1997-2000).
> Dr. Emma Soubrier - George Washington University Elliott School of International Affairs Institute for Middle East Studies Professorial Lecturer and Visiting Scholar; Arab Gulf States Institute in Washington Non-Resident Fellow; Author of Qatar and the United Arab Emirates: Diverging Paths to Regional and Global Power (2022).
Visit www.ncusar.org for more information.

1 hr 9 min