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Water Scarcity & Conflict


The developed world has grown used to fretting about oil as a limited resource, yet, whilst it is a universally-accepted fact that water is also a finite resource - the National Geographic noted back in 1993 that "all the water that ever will be is here right now. What role did water scarcity play in the Syrian conflict? and is can it be used as a strategic weapon by ISIS?

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Reshaping of a New World Order: US-Russian Partnership in the ME


A workshop organised jointly by Chatham House and b’huth in Dubai on 22nd March 2017, brought together some 40 experts from around the world and the GCC to discuss the likely impact of shifting US-Russia relations on the Middle East, and to consider how major power relations might affect events in Syria and Yemen,along with the the outlook for Iran’s influence in the region. NOTE: workshop summary to  be published soon. 

ISIS returnees: risk analysis and solutions


This report captures the findings from the closed expert session hosted on 30th October 2014, under the title " ISIS Returnees: Risk assessment and Visions for future solutions”. The report highlights the significance of addressing the social drivers that lead to the appeal of extremist ideology.  For more information on our sessions, please contact us at events@bhuth.ae 

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