Middle East: Regional Dynamics and the Role of Track II

On December 12-13 2017, a closed-door meeting took place in Madrid with the title “Middle East: Regional Dynamics and the Role of Track II”. It focused on developments in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, including recent developments on Jerusalem, as well as the conflicts in Syria, and Iraq. It looked at more effective ways to settle disputes, including through Track II and preventive diplomacy. The meeting involved the participation of key international and regional experts.

EU Turkey Relations: changing the rules of the game?

Turkey’s relationship with the European Union is not without challenges and changes. The recent years have been characterised by different points of friction such as the agreement on refugees or the debate on accession to the European bloc. In this context, the Toledo International Centre for Peace, in cooperation with the Royal Elcano Institute and with the support of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation of Spain, organised a closed-door meeting, with the participation of experts on Turkey as well as representatives of the EU, Think Tanks, Universities and the private sector. The m Read more...

Israel / Palestine in the Trump era: the question of Jerusalem

On July 3-4, 2017, the Toledo International Centre for Peace, in cooperation with the Elcano Royal Institute, organised a roundtable under the title: “Israel / Palestine in the Trump era: the question of Jerusalem”. The meeting, which was held under the sponsorship of the Spanish Ministry of Defense and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, involved the participation of key international experts and political representatives from the Middle East. Participants included Shlomo Ben Ami, Nabil Fahmy, Mohammed Shtayyeh and Daniel Kurzter, among others. The purpose of the meeting was to c Read more...

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