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US Policy and Global Competition in the Middle East - Day 2
About the conference:

As the United States exits Afghanistan and prepares to scale back its involvement in the Middle East, global powers such as Russia and China are working to increase their influence in the region. Such Great-Power competition is testing American influence and global engagement as a resurgent Russia and a rising China vie for power and influence through diplomatic, military, and economic means. They continue to exploit regional crises and opportunities to advance their objectives and strengthen their footholds across the Middle East and North Africa.

Arab Center Washington DC’s sixth annual conference, titled “US Policy and Global Competition in the Middle East,” will assess the US role and objectives in the region under the Biden Administration during the current dynamic shifts in power and alliances. Speakers will also probe the impact of these overarching transformations on issues of human rights and democracy, energy and geopolitical influence, arms sales and economic clout, and policies toward regional conflicts, with a special focus on Palestine/Israel and Iran.

Day 2 Agenda:

Arab Expectations of US Policy in the Middle East: Hopes and Realities

10:35 AM – PANEL III
Conflicts and Great Power Competition: Libya, Syria and Yemen

12:05 PM – PANEL IV
Weapons Sales in the Middle East: Economics, Priorities, and Human Cost

Sep 15, 2021 10:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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