Insight With Paul Danahar: The New Middle East
Big questions, asking what might come out of the Middle Eastern tumult...
Nearly three years ago, a revolution started in Tunisia that spawned much unrest in the Middle East, including Syria’s civil war. Paul Danahar, the BBC’s Middle East Bureau Chief, has witnessed history in the making and observed the dramatic changes in the region. His current book, The New Middle East, explores and analyses the aftermath and continuing effects of the Arab Spring. Tonight he is conversation with BBC Arabic’s Sam Farah, discussing his insights into the future of the region, and its relationship with the West. General admission. Best available seating allocated by the venue on arrival. Please arrive on time as latecomers may not be admitted.
"...a vivid account of the convulsions still rocking the Middle East."