With the mind-boggling US presidential election campaign coming to a close in a matter of months, what kind of Middle East policy can we expect from the candidates?
For more than half a century the US has been the key external force impacting this critical region. Is it viable for the US to disengage? Is there any chance for stability?
Michael Singh, senior fellow and managing director at The Washington Institute, provided insights into how the candidates will likely engage with the major players in the region and what legacy the Obama Administration has left for future policy-makers.
This was a rare opportunity to hear from a senior leader of one of Washington DC’s most highly respected policy think tanks.