Wednesday, 2 July 2014
3:00 p.m. - 3:45 p.m. London Time
Join IHS experts for a discussion of the interests of regional actors, Iran, Turkey and Saudi Arabia, and how their conflict affects Iraq and Syria. We will also examine the impact of the Sunni insurgency and Kurdish territorial expansion on Iraq’s territorial unity.
Additionally, we will explore potential settlements in Iraq and Syria. How might these change the region’s borders? How could a reorganization of the region impact business interests?
Topics to be covered include:
- ISIL strategy in Iraq (and beyond) and its relationship with other Sunni actors
- The Iraqi government response to ISIL’s advance, foreign intervention scenarios and implications for al-Maliki’s leadership.
- The outlook for civil war, key actors involved and potential outcomes, including state fragmentation
- Security risks to energy assets in southern Iraq
Register for our webcast and benefit from a comprehensive briefing and Q&A session.
Zaineb al-Assam, Senior Principal Analyst, MENA, IHS Country Risk
Raad Alkadiri, Managing Director, Petroleum Sector Risk, IHS Energy
Meda Al Rowas, Senior Analyst, MENA, IHS Country Risk
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