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Chatham House and The Khayami Foundation

Is There a Sunni-Shi’a Political Divide in the Middle East?

 

Host: Professor Victor Bulmer-Thomas, Director, Chatham House

            Speakers:

HRH Princess Badiya El Hassan of Jordan

Rt Hon Sir Malcolm Rifkind QC MP

Mahmoud Khayami, Khayami Foundation

Session I: 09.30-11.00

The Significance of the Shi’a Crescen

 

    Chair: Sir Harold Walker, The Royal Society for Asian Affairs

            Speakers:

Professor Vali Nasr, Department of National Security Affairs, Naval Postgraduate School

Dr Kassem Jaafar, Diplomatic Adviser and Political Consultant

Professor Tariq Ramadan, St Antony’s College, Oxford

Session II: 11.30-13.00

The Iraq conflict and its regional ramification 

 Chair: Sir Stephen Egerton, British School of Archaeology in Iraq

Speakers:

 - Dr Charles Tripp, School of Oriental and African Studies, London 

- Zaki Chehab, London Bureau Chief, Al-Hayat and LBC TV 

- HE Dr Salah Al-Shaikhly, Ambassador of Iraq to the UK

Session III: 14.15-15.45

Iranian-Arab Relations 

Chair: Sir Eldon Griffiths, Head of World Affairs Council, California

Speakers: 

Dr Judith Yaphe, Distinguished Research Professor, Institute for National Strategic Studies, National Defense University, Washington D.C 

Dr Mehrdad Khonsari, Centre for Arab and Iranian Studies

Roger Hardy, Middle East and Islamic Affairs Correspondent, BBC 

Session IV: 16.15-17.45

Conclusions: The Sunni-Shi’a Political Divide: Real or Imaginary?

Chair: Dr Rosemary Hollis, Director of Research, Chatham House

Panel of Speakers:

Dr Ahmad Ghoreishi, Senior Lecturer, National Security Affairs Department,

Naval Postgraduate School

Dr Claire Spencer, Head, Middle East Programme, Chatham House

Nadim Shehadi, Associate Fellow, Middle East Programme, Chatham House