The conference included two sessions, with the first one
The conference included two sessions, with the first one focused on the last seventy-five years since the United Nations was established, and on how COVID-19 has tested international organizations and multilateralism.
The second session discussed updates on COVID-19 and the role of strengthening international cooperation on vaccine production and distribution.
the Gulf Research Center spoke at the Beirut Institute’s Summit e-Policy
Cambridge Middle East and North Africa Forum organised a webinar entitled ‘Change and Continuity in Middle East Geopolitics’ on Monday 29th, June 2020 which covered the topic of geopolitical changes in the region in the context of COVID-19
The discussions focused on a various topics, ‘Would Iran try to use nuclear energy in Tump’s second term?’, ‘Will Biden’s election give hope in Israeli-Palestinian negotiations?’, ‘What does the decline in relations between the United States and China mean for the Middle East?’, ‘What role does the UK play in the region’. Dr. Abdulaziz, Chairman of the Gulf Research Center participated as a speaker as part of the panel, which included a politicians, experts and researchers from the Middle East region, Europe and the United States. During his talk, Dr. Abdulaziz discussed and analysed these topics and answered a number of questions from the participants
This workshop gathered together group of research centres in Washington to analyse the current context of the shifting regional dynamics, and the regional approach to the issue of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
This webinar discussed the task force's recommendations and policy briefs to be submitted to the G20 working groups. This session was part of a three-day conference organised by the T20 entitled 'Policy Recommendations for a Post-COVID-19 World'