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[Transsystemic Law] The Contested City: Jerusalem 1917-2017

31 Jul 2019
On July 4, MEI’s Transsystemic Cluster conducted a full-day conference entitled “The Contested City: Jerusalem 1917-2017″. Four key points were covered in the workshop: Ottoman Jerusalem, Jerusalem in 1948, Modern Jerusalem and The Holy Places and Cultural Heritage, and...


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The Statecraft of Small States: Foreign Policy and Survival Strategies

01 Mar 2019
On February 27, MEI’s Political Economy Cluster conducted a workshop entitled “The Statecraft of Small States: Foreign Policy and Survival Strategies”. Experts from various fields presented on topics such as international relations, the global energy sector and the geostrategies...


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MEI Annual Conference: Day 1 & 2

13 Feb 2019
MEI’s annual conference has just ended. The conference, which was attended by close to 400 people, touched on topics such as infrastructure development and religious networks along the BRI. Ministers Mr Chan Chun Sing and Mr Ong Ye Kung...


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MEFF: The Opening Night

11 Jan 2019
“Extraordinary!” “Emotionally powerful.” The verdict was in for the opening movie of the 2019 Middle East Film Festival, The Insult. The movie served as a curtain-raiser to the slate of films being showcased that transported viewers to countries such...


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Reflections on the Partitions of India and Palestine after 70 years

15 Aug 2018
This event is organised by NUS Institute of South Asian Studies and MEI’s Transsystemic Law Research Cluster, as part of its annual conference series


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A Northern Tier in West Asia? – States, Networks, and Informal Diplomacy

05 Jul 2018
A full day conference organised by MEI’s Arabia-Asia Research Cluster.


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Launch of Salafism in Lebanon: Local and Transnational Movements

18 Jun 2018
In conjunction with the launch of Salafism in Lebanon: Local and Transnational Movements by Dr Zoltan Pall published by Cambridge University Press, the NUS Middle East Institute organised a book launch and fireside discussion on Salafism and its impact on Middle East...


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Day Two: The Global Refugee Crisis

06 Jan 2018
A 2-day international conference co-organised by NUS Middle East Institute and the Center for Relational Studies on Global Crises (RSGC) at Chiba University.


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Day One: The Global Refugee Crisis

05 Jan 2018
A 2-day international conference co-organised by NUS Middle East Institute and the Center for Relational Studies on Global Crises (RSGC) at Chiba University.


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