A Conversation with the Kurdistan Regional Government’s Minister of Interior Rebar Ahmed

June 15, 2023 01:04:23
A Conversation with the Kurdistan Regional Government’s Minister of Interior Rebar Ahmed
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A Conversation with the Kurdistan Regional Government’s Minister of Interior Rebar Ahmed

Jun 15 2023 | 01:04:23

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Show Notes

On June 14, USIP and the American University of Kurdistan hosted a discussion with the Kurdistan Regional Government Minister of Interior Rebar Ahmed on a wide range of issues pertaining to the Kurdistan Region and Iraq, including Erbil-Baghdad relations; economic reforms and the need to diversify beyond oil; the response to climate change and preventing related instability; the inclusion of women, youth, and ethnic and religious minorities; the fight against ISIS and its human legacies in al-Hol Camp and beyond; and the impact of de-escalations and the rise of China’s role in the Middle East.

Speakers

His Excellency Rebar Ahmed 
Minister of Interior, Kurdistan Regional Government

Mona Yacoubianwelcoming remarks 
Vice President, Middle East and North Africa, U.S. Institute of Peace

Sarhang Hamasaeedmoderator 
Director, Middle East Programs, U.S. Institute of Peace

 

For more information about this event, please visit: https://www.usip.org/events/conversation-kurdistan-regional-governments-minister-interior-rebar-ahmed

 

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