1st Abu Dhabi Strategic Debate concludes

1st Abu Dhabi Strategic Debate concludes

1st Abu Dhabi Strategic Debate concludes

(Abu Dhabi) – The First Abu Dhabi Strategic Debate (ADSD) concluded at the Emirates Palace.Jointly organsied by the Emirates Policy Center (EPC) and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the two-day forum attracted an elite of decision-makers, policy-makers, researchers, experts and intellectuals to reach a common understanding amongst international and regional actors about tendencies of regional and international powers, as well as enhance efforts of policy-making among those actors.
Speakers discussed the influential strategies and transformations in the region and the world. Panelists also examined a wide-ranging theme including; -The Impact of the Major International Strategies and Security Visions in Shaping a Regional System in the Gulf, – Major Powers’ Foreign Policy Towards the Gulf, -The Impact of Domestic Dynamics of Decision-Making on Key International Actors’ Foreign Policy Towards the Gulf, -The Geopolitical Impact of Regional Powers’ Projects on the Gulf, -The Impact of Political Developments in Egypt on the Gulf, and -The Impact of “hot spots” in the Region on the Gulf (Iraq, Syria, Yemen and Libya.) Dr Ebtesam Al ketbi, Chairwoman, Emirates Policy Center, told the panel on ”The Impact of Political Developments in Egypt on Regional Geopolitical Projects” that Egypt was before two options : destructive, trans-border theological plan or a successful nation state which shares the GCC its vision.
(Courtesy WAM)

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