The conference will address four major dimensions of international relations in the Arab and Muslim World: Politics, Economy, Law, and Culture:

  • Politics (including: cooperation and competition in the Middle East and Muslim World (MENA) region; ideology and sectarianism in the Middle East and Muslim World; attitude of particular countries towards Islamic State, foreign policy of the Arab and Muslim states, war in Syria and its global and regional implications, democratization in the Middle East)
  • Economy (including: economic cooperation and integration; economic dilemmas in the internal policy of the Arab and Muslim states and in the international relations within this area; financial markets, Islamic banking and finance; business opportunities)
  • Law (including: the legal systems of the Arab and Muslim states, Sharia Law dilemmas, legal customs in the Arab and Muslim world)
  • Culture (including: inter-social relations, religious customs in politics, society and family life, multi-cultural dialogue )The conference program will include also a special panel on investment strategies and opportunities in the Arab and Muslim countries.

The conference program will include also a special panel on investment strategies and opportunities in the Arab and Muslim countries.