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Reshaping U.S. Foreign Policy to Address Current Threats in the Middle East

Reshaping U.S. Foreign Policy to Address Current Threats in the Middle East

Hudson Institute will host an event to discuss shifting U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East. Panelists will include Hudson Senior Fellows Mike Doran and Mike Pregent and International Republican Institute Regional Director Patricia Karam. The discussion will be moderated by Al Arabiya’s Nadia Bilbassy.

Panelists will address the recent drawdown of U.S. troops along the Turkish-Syrian border, the escalation of anti-government protests in Iraq, the achievements to date of the U.S. “maximum pressure” campaign against Iran, and foreign influence efforts being implemented in the region by U.S. adversaries. The discussion will also assess how these recent developments are impacting U.S. relations with its allies, both inside and outside of the region.

NOTE: This event is open to the press. All members of the media should RSVP to [email protected]

Speakers

Nadia Bilbassy

Senior Correspondent, Washington D.C., Al Arabiya TV

Mike Doran

Senior Fellow, Hudson Institute

Patricia Karam

Regional Director, Middle East and North Africa, International Republican Institute

Michael Pregent

Senior Fellow, Hudson Institute

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