Dr. Abdulaziz Sager, Chairman of the Gulf Research Center, participated in a webinar titled "Global Order and International Relations After Covid-19" which was organized by the Asbar International Forum, 20 April 2020
The discussions were focused on the situation in the Middle East and the challenges the region is facing in light of the current situation of the Corona pandemic and the possibility of the European role in bringing views closer
In it Dr. Abdulaziz
discussed the current security situation in the Gulf, the situation in Yemen,
the developments of the oil market and its importance for regional growth and
stability, as well as the potential impact of the global COVID-19 pandemic on
governments and societies in the Middle East
The 56th session of the conference, which was held in Munich, Germany, welcomed broad international participation that included heads of state and government,
foreign and defense ministers, senior leaders, and various politicians, military officials and intellectuals from numerous countries. The conference addressed security and international policy issues in addition to a number of developments in global affairs.
Dr. Abdulaziz Sager, Chairman of the Gulf Research Center, participated in a session titled “Iran in the Middle East: Is Diplomacy the Answer” which was part of the annual Sir Bani Yas Forum, which was organized by the UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, and held in Abu Dhabi from November 15-17, 2019 Under the patronage of H.H. Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan, and which included the participation of many foreign ministers from various countries in addition to senior officials, politicians and academic experts. The forum aimed to promote reflection and discussion on the region's most pressing issues.
Dr. Abdulaziz Sager, Chairman of the Gulf Research Center, participated in the 2019 Paris Peace Forum on Tuesday, November 12th, which was inaugurated by the French President Emmanuel Macron with the participation of many heads of state and government. He participated in a session entitled “Bridging the Gulf: Imaging New Mechanisms to Avert a War in the Middle East.” The session aimed to find mechanisms to bring key actors together in a comprehensive process aimed at reducing tensions in the Middle East, opening channels of communication, and engaging in dialogue on various issues. It also discussed potential long-term security arrangements that could stabilize the region.