Middle East

Professor Gary Sick explains the 2015 Iran Nuclear deal to a West Point cadet

Since its founding in 1974 the National Committee on American Foreign Policy has conducted annual roundtables and public panel discussions on critical issues related to security in the Middle East. Recent areas of focus include the threat posed by Iran’s nuclear program and Iran’s role in the region, intrastate conflicts in Syria and Iraq, and the implications of the rise of ISIS and violent extremism for the security of the United States and its allies.

 

Professor Osama Abi-Mershed addresses an NCAFP audience and remarks on the Sunni-Shia divide in the Middle East.

Program participants have included NCAFP Trustee Ambassador Thomas R. Pickering; Ambassador Frank G. Wisner; Aaron David Miller, Woodrow Wilson Center; Gary Samore, Belfer Center, Harvard University; Vali Nasr, School of Advanced and International Studies,  Johns Hopkins University;  Gary Sick, Columbia University; and Warren Hoge, International Peace Institute.

 

 

 

Warren Hoge and Gary Samore speak with guests on the Iran nuclear deal

Ambassador Frank Wisner and Dr. Vali Nasr discuss sectarianism in the Middle East

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