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Tuesday 22 January 201918.30

Join the UCL International Relations Society for a fascinating panel discussion on the future of the Middle East, with 4 leading experts.

The Middle East seems omnipresent in our news headlines, but with several key conflicts in the region seemingly set to come to a close in the near future, now is an important time to ask; What will the future of the Middle East hold?

Join us at UCL International Relations Society for a panel discussion with four experts on the region:

Dr Sophie Olver-Ellis is a Middle East Political Economist with specialism on the GCC and is a Research Officer for the Kuwait Programme at the LSE Middle East Centre.

Neill Quilliam is a specialist in energy policy, geopolitics & MENA and a Senior Research Fellow at Chatham House.

Chris Doyle is a Commentator on Middle East, international politics and the Director of Caabu: the Council for Arab-British Understanding.

Michael Stephens is the Research Fellow for Middle East Studies and Head of RUSI Qatar.

Doors will open 15 minutes before the event starts. Please be aware that you will need to show UCL Student ID and your ticket to access this event.