Turkey, Egypt, Saudi Arabia: The New Middle East

Tuesday, February 4, 2020 noon to 1:30 p.m.

spiring Powers, Regional Rivals: Turkey, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, and the new Middle East
by Gönül Tol, David Dumke, EDS

Lunch and panel discussion

Presented by the UCF Middle Eastern Studies Program

Join the authors of a newly published book, Aspiring Powers, Regional Rivals: Turkey, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, and the new Middle East, for a panel discussion over lunch. This event takes a timely look at the intersection of the relations between Turkey, Egypt and Saudi Arabia as U.S. influences and involvement declines in the Middle East.

Speakers include:

  • Gönül Tol, Ph.D., Founding Director of the Middle East Institute’s Center for Turkish Studies;
  • Robert Mogielnicki, Ph.D., Resident Scholar at the Arab Gulf States Institute in Washington;
  • David Dumke, UCF’s Director of Global Perspectives and International Initiatives;
  • Hakan Özoğlu, Ph.D., Director of UCF’s Middle Eastern Studies Program

Free and open to the public. RSVP required to attend.

Hosted in partnership with the UCF Office of Global Perspectives and International Initiatives.
A collaboration between the Middle East Institute and the University of Central Florida.

For more information and to RSVP: 
contact Kinda Haddad 
Kinda.Haddad@ucf.edu
407-680-5180

Read More

Location:

UCF Global: 101


Calendar:

UCF Biology Department Calendar

Category:

Speaker/Lecture/Seminar

Tags:

Middle Eastern Studies Dr Robert Mogielnicki Dr Gonul Tol Middle East David Dumke