Osasis of Dialogue
A Platform for exchanging ideas
QatarDebate hosts the “Oasis of Dialogue” to provide a constructive environment for dialogue and exchange of ideas, seeking to build a positive interactive platform based on discovering and respecting others, through an effective circle comprising experts, specialists and authors of research or analytical writings, in addition to young debaters with opinions, perceptions and interest in the topics in question.
The areas of dialogue in the Oasis are many and varied, addressing the most prominent thoughts of societies and their elites, and the issues and events they live in at all levels. The Oasis also follows the method of active reciprocal dialogue away from monopolizing the talk platform or the source of the proposal for a party or a party.
The Oasis of Dialogue also aims to enrich the space of ideas, test opinions and see the mind of the other through sophisticated human interaction, and to formulate recommendations and conclusions that push the wheel of thinking and development forward, on the basis of the major commonalities of acceptance and respect.
Arab Gulf Relations: What's the Future?
In the first episode of the Oasis of Dialogue, our guest speakers engaged in an interactive and informative discussion session on the Arab Gulf relations, and the damage that was caused to the foundations of these relations. So what is next?
Speakers discussed and deeply examined the topic at hand with the following talking points:
- What is the societal role of reform? Can the relations go back to how it was before?
- What should exist to preserve relationships and avoid crises?
- What are the economic benefits and harms of restoring or sustaining the relations?
- The geopolitical map of the Arab Gulf and its impact on other geopolitical relations?
Dr. Faisal Abu Sulaib
Associate Professor of Political Science at Kuwait University
Dr. Mahjoob Zweiri
Associate Professor in Contemporary History and Politics of the Middle East
Dr. Abdullah Baabood
Academic specialist in gulf and Middle East affairs