Past Events

Past Event: Public Events

ME 101 Lecture Series 2019

5.00pm to 6.30pm

Past Event: Public Events

Humanitarian Crisis in Syria: Truth & Disinformation

By Mr Maxim Grigoriev
Foundation for the Study of Democracy
Russia    |    4.00pm to 5.30pm

Past Event: Public Events

2019 S R Nathan Distinguished Lecture

By Professor Eugene Kandel
Chief Executive Officer
Start-Up Nation Central    |    3.00pm to 4.30pm

Past Event: Cluster Events

[Transsystemic Law] Legal Aspects of Maritime Piracy in the Middle East

By Milena Sterio
Professor and Associate Dean for Academic Enrichment
Cleveland-Marshall College of Law    |    04:00 PM - 05:30 PM

Past Event: Cluster Events

[Political Economy & Diffusion of Ideas] Wahhabism in the World: The Geopolitics of Saudi Arabia’s Religious Soft Power

By Professor Peter Mandaville
International Affairs,
Schar School of Policy & Government
George Mason University    |    4.00pm to 5.30pm

Past Event: Cluster Events

[Diffusion of Ideas] From the Grassroots to the Monarchs: The Mediating Roles of the Kuwaiti Diwaniyya

By Dr Clemens Chay
School of Government and International Affairs
Durham University    |    4.00pm to 5.30pm

Past Event: Cluster Events

[Arabia Asia] The Evolution of the Armed Forces of the United Arab Emirates

By Athol Yates
Assistant Professor
Institute for International Studies and Civil Security
Khalifa University
Abu Dhabi    |    20 Aug 2019, 4pm to 5.30pm

Past Event: Public Events

[Chairman’s Series]
The US and Iran:
On a Collision Course?

By HE Richard Armitage
Former US Deputy Secretary of State

HE Dr Kazem Sajjadpour
Former Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister    |    9.00am to 6.00pm

Past Event: Cluster Events

[Political Economy] Fake News, Twitter Bots, and the Weaponization of Social Media in the Arabic-Speaking Middle East

By Marc Jones
Assistant Professor,
Middle East Studies,
Hamad bin Khalifa University    |    4.00pm to 5.30pm

Past Event: Cluster Events

[Diffusion of Ideas] Questioning the Categorization of Islam in Indonesia: Islamic Preachers, Female Audiences and Social Media

By Martin Slama
Institute for Social Anthropology,
Austrian Academy of Sciences    |    4.00pm to 5.30pm