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MEI NEWSLETTER – MEI Launches ‘Afghanistan Watch’ project | News & Views

1 September 2021 Wednesday

MEI's Afghanistan Watch project highlights and amplifies the Institute's focus on Afghanistan's domestic developments, regional security dynamics, and the implications for great power competition in the aftermath of the withdrawal of U.S. forces. It features both in-depth and rapid analysis from a range of MEI experts and contributors across disciplines.
This week's events
Afghanistan’s Collapse & the Implications for Global Jihadism and Counterterrorism
Syria and the West: The Efficacy of Economic Sanctions
Upcoming webinars
September 2, 11:00am
Syria Today: How Assad “Won” beyond the Military
September 16, 9:30am
MEI Defense Leadership Series: Episode 13 with Brookings President Gen. (ret.) John Allen
September 23, 2:00pm
Iran Facing Outward: Changing Politics, Military Doctrine, and Border Issues
September 30, 10:00am
Book Launch | The Recruiter: Spying and the Lost Art of American Intelligence
November 2, 10:00am
Master of the Game: A Book Talk with Martin Indyk
Leading foreign policy experts discussed Afghanistan, Abraham Accords, and US policy at MEI Sun Valley conference
MEI hosted a special full-day conference last week in Sun Valley, Idaho on "Israel, the Abraham Accords, and U.S. policy in the Middle East." Highlights included a keynote by Senator James Risch, on the state of U.S. foreign policy; a discussion with fmr. CENTCOM Commander Gen. Joseph Votel on the withdrawal from Afghanistan; and a discussion with former US ambassador to Israel Daniel Shapiro on the impact of the Abraham Accords.
Video recordings and select transcripts are available on MEI's website along with more information about this annual event.
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Al Qaeda and lessons from the past 20 years of counterterrorism
Peter Bergen and Colin Clarke join guest host Charles Lister to discuss Bergen’s new book, The Rise and Fall of Osama Bin Laden, as well as the Biden administration’s handling of the US withdrawal from Afghanistan and concerns about the country once again becoming a safe haven for Al Qaeda under the Taliban.
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Saudi Arabia Returns
At the dawn of the Biden era of American foreign policy, a more mature, realistic Saudi foreign policy is emerging to match the shifting signals from Washington. In some measure, the Saudis are readopting elements that traditionally characterized their policy preferences before the meteoric rise of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (MbS), the kingdom’s de facto ruler.
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Consistency and change: Morocco under King Mohammed VI
In July, Morocco marked the 22nd year of King Mohammed VI’s rule and 10 years under the new constitution ushered in by a popular referendum in the aftermath of the 2011 protests. The past 22 years have transformed Morocco, the region, and the world in fundamental ways, yet the country’s politics have continually snapped back to a familiar equilibrium. During these past 22 years Morocco has gone through three distinct phases in managing these internal and external dynamics.
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MEI welcomes Dr. Mohammed Mahmoud as director of its program on Climate Change and Water.
Dr. M. Murat Kubilay and Tuğba Tanyeri-Erdemir have joined MEI's Turkish Studies program as non-resident scholars.
Emily Stromquist joined MEI's Economics and Energy program as a non-resident scholar.
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Vinay Kaura
Robert R. Bianchi
Dan McCormick
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