DEMOCRATISING THE NEIGHBOURHOOD: THE IMPLICATIONS OF THE ARAB SPRING FOR THE MIDDLE EAST AND ASIA

DEMOCRATIZING THE NEIGHBOURHOOD: THE IMPLICATIONS OF THE ARAB SPRING FOR THE MIDDLE EAST AND ASIA

Co-Hosted by:

Centre for Arab and Islamic Studies (The Middle East and Central Asia)

Australian National University

Transnational Challenges and Emerging Nations Dialogue (TRANSCEND),

School of International Service, American University

On December 9th and 10th the Center for Arab and Islamic Studies (The Middle East and Central Asia) at the the Australian National University and the Transnational Challenges and Emerging Nations Dialogue (TRANSCEND) at the School of International Service American University co-hosted 'Democratizing the Neighbourhood: The Implications of the Arab Spring for the Middle East and Aisa' conference.

Conference Program

Professor Acharya at American University, director of TRANSCEND and UNESCO chair
 

Professor Amin Saikal, Director of the Centre for Arab and Islamic Studies (The Middle East and Central Asia) at the Australian National University

Professor Samina Yasmeen, Director of Centre for Muslim States and Societies and lectures in Political Science and International Relations in the School of Social and Cultural Studies, the University of Western Australia (UWA), Perth