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Policy Dialogue
US policy towards the Middle East: Is there a role for the EU?

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Tuesday, 27 April 2021
 16:00 - 17:00
By invitation only


Aaron David Miller
Senior Fellow, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Lina Khatib
Director of Middle East and North Africa Programme, Chatham House


Mihai Chihaia
Policy Analyst, European Policy Centre


Conflicts and disputes in the Middle East have been escalating, pushing the goal of regional stability even further away. The Biden administration is facing a range of strategic choices, including the future of the JCPOA and the continuation of the Abraham Accords. What are the key priorities for the United States in the region? What are the principles guiding US foreign policy? In the current context, there is a window of opportunity for the EU to play a more important role in the Middle East. What do the shifting regional dynamics mean for the EU? Can the EU become a more proactive player in the region, or will the EU remain a bystander?

This on-line Policy Dialogue will look at the main trends and developments shaping regional security in the Middle East, including the long-term objectives of the US and the EU in the region, and the prospects for transatlantic cooperation. 

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