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|Title:||Workshop: Sectarianism in the Middle East|
|Author:||[European Parliament: European Parliamentary Research Service]|
|Series/Date:||In-Depth Analysis July 2017|
|Notes:||Sectarian conflict and polarisation has become a key feature of Middle East politics in the aftermath of the Arab uprisings of 2011. This workshop looked at some of the key drivers of this, such as the troubled legacy of foreign intervention, state failure, regional rivalries between Saudi Arabia, Iran and others, ruling strategies of authoritarian regimes as well as the spread of identity and sect-based political movements.
With in-depth analysis of the two key arenas of sectarian conflict in the contemporary Middle East, Syria and Iraq, and a paper on the consequences of state collapse, this publication looks also tries to make recommendations how the EU could help reduce sectarian tensions.
|Subjects:||18.14.c - Mashreq countries|
|Geographic Indicators:||European Union|
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