Middle East and South Asia

A Political-Economic Conflict Field Seminar

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Program Description


The Middle East and South Asia present the spectacle of profound economic and social transformations sweeping the region. Although the U.S. is less dependent on Middle Eastern oil than it was, the region remains crucial as the U.S. and its regional allies face new and numerous threats from powerful non-state actors like ISIS and others who are undermining the states of the region and directly threatening our national security.

 

Seminar Topics


  • The Eastern Flank—South Asia and the Middle East: An Overview
  • America’s Quandary in South Asia: Understanding the New Strategic Dynamics
  • The Political and Economic Dynamics of the Iranian Challenge
  • The Regional and International Implications of the War in Syria
  • Afghanistan: Between the Push of Pakistan and the Pull of India
  • Why India is Not a Great Power—Yet
  • The Rise of Political Islam: Consequences to U.S. Security and National Interests< /li>
  • Thoughts on American Leadership in the Middle East

 

Fee


The fee for this one-day seminar is $24,580. Please call 703-684-8807 to obtain further information about a field program at your facility.

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M. Weaver, Wright Patterson Airforce Base

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W. Smith, Pentagon

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