Euro-Gulf Information Centre
The Rome Dialogue X
Let's Talk About Sects
The Reemergence of Sectarianism in the Middle East and What it Means for Europe
Date: 2 March 2017
The Euro-Gulf Information Centre organised this conference to illustrate the rising sectarianism in the Middle East and its spill-over in Europe.
Sectarian propaganda and its reflective violence has unleashed a tidal wave of challenges to the Middle East and, by extension, those areas - including Europe, including Finland - that are proximate. This seminar has addressed this key ideological threat to peace and stability in the region, while reflecting on solutions to contain it.
Con Coughlin, The Daily Telegraph Defence Editor and Chief Foreign Affairs Columnist
- Iranian Ambitions in and Throughout the Middle East
Piercamillo Falasca, Editor of Strade Magazine
- The Rise of Islamic Sectarianism in Europe
Mitchell Belfer, President of the Euro-Gulf Information Centre
- Some Solutions to Sectarianism: The Arab Gulf Model
Khalifa Alfadhel, Assistant Professor, International Law, University of Bahrain
- From Tahrir to Manama: Sectarianism and Intolerance as a Result of the Arab Spring