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The First Yemen and Gulf Exchange

The First Yemen and Gulf Exchange

The Yemen & Gulf Exchange is an intensive region-focused version of the long-running Yemen Exchange program organized by the Sana’a Center and The Exchange Foundation. Using the tried and true format of our Yemen Exchange program, this new course is designed to provide unique access to information, perspectives, updates and analysis on Yemen with a particular focus on its neighboring countries – the Gulf states and Iran – for both those seeking to develop a working background on the region as well as those already thoroughly versed in its dynamics. During the ten-day program conducted online, participants from around the world will listen to leading analysts, academics, politicians, bureaucrats, business leaders and experts from Yemen and the Gulf region to gain insight and rare first-hand knowledge from a wide range of perspectives. Participants will have the chance to both virtually engage with speakers during the sessions and connect with speakers individually after the Exchange.

The sessions themselves – totaling more than 30 hours – will dive into several specific areas, including but not limited to: Yemen’s multifaceted conflicts examined from a regional perspective; Yemen’s relationships with its neighbors, such as Iran, Saudi Arabia and Oman; Yemen’s economy within the broader economic context of the Gulf; border demarcation issues and cross-border illicit trade; military and political developments on the ground; the status of various armed groups; water and development issues; remittances to Yemen from its diaspora; the humanitarian response; the UN-led peace process and a variety of other thematic topics.

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Accepted applicants will be provided with details on how to securely access the course prior its start.Request an application form via: exchange@sanaacenter.org
January 16 – 27, 2023
Onlinevia ZOOM
Application Deadline January 4
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Speakers

Tim LenderkingTim Lenderking

US Special Envoy to Yemen

Laleh KhaliliLaleh Khalili

Professor, Queen Mary University

Ahmed Awad Bin MubarakAhmed Awad Bin Mubarak

Foreign Minister, Yemen

Elham ManeaElham Manea

Professor, University of Zurich

Muhsin RamadanMuhsin Ramadan

Border Expert

Nathalie PeutzNathalie Peutz

Associate Professor, NYU Abu Dhabi

Omar Al UbaydliOmar Al Ubaydli

Research Director, Derasat

Maysaa Shuja Al-DeenMaysaa Shuja Al-Deen

Senior Researcher, Sana’a Center

David GresslyDavid Gressly

UN Humanitarian Coordinator for Yemen

Sarah VuylstekeSarah Vuylsteke

Researcher

Abdulghani AliryaniAbdulghani Aliryani

Senior Researcher, Sana’a Center

Nadwa al-DawsariNadwa al-Dawsari

Non-Resident Scholar, MEI

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