POSTPONED: The Hague Conversations on Conflict – Syria and Libya
26 March @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Syria and Libya – lessons learnt, and not!
This event will shine a spotlight on the conflicts in Syria and Libya, and lessons we should learn for the future. We are delighted to welcome the participation of Armenak Tokmajyan, a Non-resident Fellow at the Carnegie Middle East Center. Armenak’s research focuses on borders and conflict, Syrian refugees, and local intermediaries in Syria.
We are still looking for interesting speakers on the Libya conflict. If you know anyone that would be suitable, please contact William Murray email@example.com.
The Hague Conversations on Conflict is a series of discussions, lectures, workshops and networking events launched by LINKS Europe in association with The Hague Humanity Hub, in June 2019. Their aim is to provide a forum where the changing nature of war and conflict can be analysed and assessed, together with the responses of international society.
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