Join Harvard’s Davis Center and the Negotiation Task Force for a discussion with experts from around the globe on the drivers of conflict in the Middle East and Central Asia and how these conflicts can be mediated.
As massive political and economic shifts occur across the Eurasian sphere, the Negotiation Task Force assembles a group of foreign affairs experts to uncover the drivers of conflicts in two crucial arenas of geopolitical realignments: Central Asia and the Middle East.
The Jerusalem First Project was initiated to liberate the agenda of the Middle East peace negotiations. This one year project aimed at offering a new direction for peace mediation in the Middle East in the backdrop of the controversial Trump policies
In advance of the of 2019 London International Disputes Week, BIICL, in cooperation with CIETAC, is delighted to co-organise ‘The Belt and Road Initiative and Global Dispute Resolution’ London Forum.
When Chinese President Xi Jinping visited Central Asia and Southeast Asia in September and October of 2013, he raised the initiative of jointly building the Silk Road Economic Belt and the 21st-Century Maritime Silk Road (hereinafter referred to as the Belt and Road Initiative), which have attracted close attention from all over the world.
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The Hijaz: The First Islamic State | 6 July 2018, 3.30pm to 5pm | MEI Conference Room, Level 6 Block B, 29 Heng Mui Keng Terrace Singapore 119620
The crown prince Mohammed bin Salman has embarked on the social and economic renewal of Saudi Arabia, launching a national program known as Vision 2030 and announcing $500 billion to build a city of the future, Neom.
‘The Hijaz: The First Islamic State, Oxford Scholar Online, University Press Scholarship Online (UPSO), Jan. 2019.
‘The Research Handbook on Energy Law and Ethics’ (forthcoming – Edward Elgar Publishing.) Co-author with Prof. Rosa Lastra.
The Hijaz, in the west of present-day Saudi Arabia, was the first Islamic state in Mecca and Medina. This new interpretative history offers a fresh vision of Islamic governance and law as a positive force for political reform in the Middle East and beyond.