Please join TRENDS Research and Advisory and the Atlantic Council’s Scowcroft Middle East Security Initiative for a two-day conference on “Middle East Security in a Changing World: Building a Sustainable Regional Security System.” This event will take place from Tuesday, November 2 through Wednesday, November 3, 2021, from 10:00 a.m. to 3:15 p.m. ET, both in person at the Atlantic Council Headquarters (at restricted capacity) and online.
The Middle East is witnessing rapid changes with major repercussions for regional security and stability. Some of these changes originate from within the region, while others are related to broader shifts across the world, such as the aftereffects of the COVID-19 pandemic and emerging technologies. In recent years, the region has seen relative improvements in its security and development environment. The decline of civil conflicts after the Arab Spring era, the defeat of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), and the signing of the Abrahamic Peace Agreement have brought new opportunities for regional peace and stability. However, there remain several challenges to achieving sustainable regional security. Fast-paced technological transformations, obstacles to development, and the different approaches of regional and international powers will have considerable impact on the future of security in the Middle East.
The third topic, “The Future of Middle East Security: International Priorities,” will discuss shifting global politics and its impact on regional security dynamics, focusing on US, Chinese, Russian, and European responses.
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Editor's note: The China International Fair for Trade in Services (CIFTIS), the first major international economic and trade event held both online and offline by China since the COVID-19 outbreak."Novel coronavirus pneumonia is spreading worldwide, and China is the only country that has the conditions to host such a grand event, which has passed the confidence of economic recovery in the world", William Jones, Washington Policy Analyst and Non-Resident Fellow of Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies, recently told CCTV news interview in an interview.