FOURTH EPISODE of the five-part online event series „Syria – The war on Europe’s doorstep“. Start: 17:30h (MESZ)
The Syrian war takes place in Europe’s immediate neighborhood. In recent years, many Syrians have found refuge in European countries. For the foreseeable future, they will not return but stay and contribute to Europe’s future. Despite this strong interdependence, many observers blame Europe for its hesitant Syrian policy. It is a common assessment that – apart from humanitarian aid – the European commitment to the Syrian conflict was rather limited in the past. • What role has Europe played in the Syrian conflict in the past? • Are there any leverages left for the Europeans to impact on the current situation? • What should Europe do in the future? START 17.30h/5.30 p.m. (MESZ)
Fourth episode of the five-part online event series „Syria – The war on Europe’s doorstep“.
The event takes place via Zoom. After registration you will receive further information and an access link one day before the event.
Muriel Asseburg, Senior Fellow, Research Division Middle East and Afrika, SWP (German Institute for International and Security Affairs), Berlin
Lina Khatib, Director, Middle East and North Africa Programme at Chatham House, London
Salam Kawakibi, Director, Centre Arabe de Recherches & d’Études Politiques, Paris
Presentation: Thomas Müller-Färber
no conference fee