Past Events

The Emirati-Israeli Treaty: Implications and Potential Strategic Shifts

As part of a series of its webinars, the Emirates Policy Center (EPC) organizes its 13th webinar titled “the Emirati-Israeli Treaty: Implications and Potential Strategic Shifts”. The webinar will discuss the significance of the Emirati-Israeli relations, the opportunities arising from these relations, challenges facing them, the map of winners and losers, the implications of this treaty on regional conflicts, and its potential strategic impact on the Middle East region.

EPC | 02 Sep 2020
The Fight for Libya

EPC organizes a webinar titled “The Fight for Libya” which seeks to discuss the strategies of major regional and global power vis-à-vis the Libyan conflict, the nature and limits of the struggle between Russia and Turkey in Libya, the French position vis-à-vis Russia and Turkey’s involvement in Libya, the ends of the military conflict in the country, and the possibilities and conditions for promoting a peaceful resolution to the conflict.

EPC | 22 Jul 2020
Conflict in Syria in Light of the Cesar Act and Implications of the Coronavirus Crisis

As part of its series of webinars to foresee the world and the region in the wake of the Coronavirus crisis, the Emirates Policy Center (EPC) would like to organize its ninth webinar that deals with the future of conflict in Syria in Light of the “Cesar Act” and Implications of the Coronavirus Crisis. The webinar will also tackle the implications of the “Cesar Act” and the Coronavirus crisis on the distribution of power among major actors in Syria and the strategy of the Syrian regime and its backer, Russia, to deal with the impact of the US legislation.

EPC | 08 Jul 2020
Post-Corona Iran: The Question of Model and Role

While Iran was severely suffering from American economic sanctions in the wake of Washington’s withdrawal from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) (the nuclear deal) in May 2018, the country was hit hard by a new crisis due to the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic.

EPC | 03 Jun 2020