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February 2012

The Changing Missile Threat in the Middle East

2nd February 2012 - 7:30 PM

A Conversation with Dr. Uzi Rubin

FDD is pleased to host Dr. Uzi Rubin for a discussion on how the rapidly evolving Middle East poses new missile defense challenges. Dr. Rubin will detail his concerns about Iran's nuclear and missile development; the challenges posed by new political forces and factions in Egypt gaining control of substantial numbers of missiles; and what impact the devolving situation in Syria could have on that country's missile arsenal.

January 2012

The Arab Revolts: Can Liberals Compete?

25th January 2012 - 7:30 PM

A Conversation with Khairi Abaza, Dan Arbell, Michele Dunne, and Reuel Marc Gerecht

As the struggles of the Arab Revolt move from the streets to the ballot box, Islamists are gaining an upper hand in newly formed governments. The secular youth that led the street protests have been unable to translate their revolutionary passion to a political following.

Breakfast Briefing on Central Bank of Iran Sanctions

24th January 2012 - 7:30 PM

A Conversation with Mark Dubowitz and Reuel Marc Gerecht

To assess the impact of CBI sanctions on global oil prices and Iranian government revenue, FDD worked closely with an energy firm with specific expertise in oil markets and the modeling of complex energy scenarios. Please join us for a discussion with Mark Dubowitz and Reuel Marc Gerecht to assess the results of this report and policy options for addressing the Iranian threat.

December 2011

Washington Forum 2011

6th December 2011 - 7:00 PM

Ideology, Power, and Alliances in a Changing Middle East
FDD's Annual Policy Summit

December 7-9, 2011
555 Pennsylvania Ave, NW Washington, DC

Ungoverned Spaces: The Struggle for Somalia

1st December 2011 - 7:30 PM

This discussion will examine what the U.S. and its allies are doing on the ground in Somalia, and -- significantly -- will examine the increasing linkages between security and humanitarian issues in the Horn of Africa. Can the U.S. and others prevent the problems of Somalia from spilling over its borders?

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