Washington, D.C. — During the past decade, one key issue debated in U.S. national security policy is how to best adapt America’s approach to the broader Middle East, with the last three U.S. presidents expressing an overall approach of moving beyond the heavy focus on military engagement in the region and seeking to focus on other parts of the world such as Asia. A forthcoming policy study from the Center for American Progress makes the case for a strategic reengagement in the Middle East and increasing America’s diplomatic involvement on key fronts, including human security and conflict resolution.
Please join the Center for American Progress and the Middle East Institute for an online panel discussion on the overall position of America in the Middle East, the Biden administration’s first year in office, and what to expect in 2022 and beyond.
Gerald Feierstein, Senior Vice President and Distinguished Senior Fellow, Middle East Institute
Brian Katulis, Vice President of Policy and Senior Fellow, Middle East Institute; Nonresident Senior Fellow, Center for American Progress
Anne Patterson, Kissinger Senior Fellow, Yale University Jackson Institute for Global Affairs
Mara Rudman, Executive Vice President for Policy, Center for American Progress
Paul Salem, President, Middle East Institute
Thursday, December 16, 2021
1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. ET
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For more information, please contact Sam Hananel at email@example.com or 202-478-6327.