Each roundtable offers student delegates the opportunity, in a series of roundtable discussions, to analyze and develop policy recommendations for the United States within the topic of their selected roundtable. When registering, delegates select one roundtable that they will participate in. Roundtables are conducted by qualified academic and professional leaders. These discussions will culminate with an end-of-conference group presentation where delegates will present their policy recommendations.

The Gulf: Regional Rivalries & Regional Security
Civil Society and Media
Revolution & Civil Conflict
Political Economy of the Middle East
Youth, Demographics and Social Change
The Arab-Israeli Conflict: A Changing Policy for a Changing Conflict?
Gender, Islam and Human Development
Understanding the Role of Islamic Religion in Contemporary Middle Eastern Conflicts: Exacerbating or Mitigating Factor?



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