Barack Obama's Foreign Policy Agenda: The First Year

SETA CONFERENCE By  Robin Wright  The Washington Post Date: November 26, 2008 Wednesday Time: 16.00 – 17.30 Venue: SETA Foundation, Ankara

Barack Obama's Foreign Policy Agenda The First Year
The New Middle East One Year After the First Flotilla

The New Middle East: One Year After the First Flotilla

‘What are the implications for the Palestinian problem?’ and discuss the New Middle East a year after the first flotilla and in the wake of the Arab Spring.


What the Syrian regime fails to see is that this space carved between the political occupations of 2012 and geopolitical balances is about to expire.

The practice of universal suffrage in Egypt, without limitations on gender and ethnicity, is a hopeful sign for the region.”

In contrast to the weaker European economies, neighboring Turkey has managed to recover fast and exhibit positive signs that the economy is moving towards more sustainable growth rates while dealing with domestic vulnerabilities.