While the discussion will focus on Israel and Iran's respective perceptions and policies, Ali Ansari and Nadav Eyal will also touch on how these play out in regional developments and notably the Syria conflict.
Events – ECFR London
The basis for a two-state solution has been eroded almost to the point of collapse making a political breakthrough more urgent than ever. But how can Europe generate new momentum for Palestinian statehood?
The political transitions in North Africa appear to be faltering, with the early stages of democracy showing the dangers of political competition as much as its benefits. But what are the prospects for pluralistic politics in the region?
Professor Yan Xuetong, one of the most high profile foreign policy experts in China,and Mark Leonard will reflect on how China’s foreign policy will change under the new political leadership
As anti-elite sentiment rises across Europe, governments are struggling to respond to a new political environment. What will replace the old political order, a revival of liberal democracy or a crisis of governability?
Shahin Vallée, Waltraud Schelkle and Sebastian Dullien will discuss the impact of the recent crisis developments on Europe’s single market and how new integration initiatives alter the cost and benefits for countries such as Britain
Johan Hallenborg, Carl Fredrik Wettermark and Susi Dennison will discuss the challenges facing internet freedom, the Swedish response to these challenges and their wider impact upon European foreign policy
Alex Petriashvili, Georgia's State Minister on European and Euro-Atlantic Integration, will look at what developments can be expected in the next couple of months in Georgia’s relations with the West
NIAC President Trita Parsi and Research Director Reza Marashi will present the findings of their report on Iranian sanctions together with an analysis of the dynamics at play in the negotiations between Iran and the P5+1
Following the screening of 'My Neighbourhood', a film which has just received a Peabody Award, co-director Julia Bach will answer questions from the audience