The Washington Institute convened a broad array of policymakers, activists, scholars, and journalists from around the world for The Washington Institute's annual policy conference in Washington, DC.
The Washington Institute convened a select group of policymakers, journalists, diplomats, and experts for the 2013 Soref Symposium - a day of in-depth discussion and debate on the key issues facing America in the volatile Middle East.
Chuck Hagel, U.S. secretary of defense
David Rennie, Lexington columnist, Washington Bureau, The Economist
David Sanger, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and chief Washington correspondent, New York Times
Joby Warrick, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and national security reporter, Washington Post
Tzachi Hanegbi, member of the Knesset, Likud
Anwar E. El Sadat, president, Reform and Development Party
In conversation with Dennis Ross, The Washington Institute
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Mouaz Moustafa, director, Syrian Emergency Task Force; board member, Coalition for a Democratic Syria
Louay Sakka, cofounder and board member, Syrian Support Group
Alexander Shumilin, director, Center for the Analysis of Middle East Conflicts, Institute for U.S. and Canadian Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences; Fikra Forum contributor
Wu Bingbing, associate professor, Department of Arabic Language and Culture, Peking University
Sir Michael Leigh, consultant and senior advisor, German Marshall Fund, former director-general, European Commission
Brenda Shaffer, visiting researcher, Center for Eurasian, Russian, and East European Studies, Georgetown University