7th February, 2014 / 11.00am - 4.00pm
9th January, 2014
Participants: Professor Michael Kerr, Professor of Conflict Studies, Director of the Middle East & Mediterranean Studies programme and the Centre for the Study of Divided Societies at King’sCollege London. Dr Reinoud Leenders, Reader in International Relations and Middle East Studies, War Studies Department, King’s College London. Professor Raymond Hinnebusch, Professor of IR and the Middle East, Director of the Centre for Syrian Studies at St Andrews University. Dr Carsten Weiland, German Foreign Office. Chair: Lord Williams of Baglan, UN Under Secretary General, Middle East (2006-11).
A panel of distinguished international scholars, policy-makers and practitioners reflect on the complexities and uncertainties surrounding the ongoing conflict in Syria. The panel will discuss the key areas of diplomacy, interventionism, regional politics, internal violence and future of the Syrian State.
The event will be followed by a drinks reception in Chapters.
For more information please visit The Syrian War: Reflections and Responses.
Image details: A rebel sniper aims at a Syrian army position, as he and another rebel fighter are reflected in a mirror inside a residential building in the Jedida district of Aleppo, Syria, Oct. 29, 2012