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CRISES AROUND THE GULF : WORLD POWERS’ GAME OR RISE OF REGIONAL ACTORS?

SHARE ONA Lecture by Rear Admiral Antoine Beaussant, Joint Commander of the French Forces in the Indian Ocean. The Lecture will be followed by a round table of experts in International Relations. The Lecture will be held in French, with simultaneous

THE LOUVRE ABU DHABI, A UNIVERSAL MUSEUM IN A GLOBALIZED WORLD

SHARE ONA Lecture by Jean-François Charnier, Chief Heritage Curator and Scientific Director of Agence France-Muséums, Louvre Abu Dhabi. The creation in Abu Dhabi of museums but also universities is sure to establish the Emirate as the new “go

AN-NAHḌAH, THE VISUAL ARAB ‘RENAISSANCE’: MODERN AND CONTEMPORARY ART IN THE 20TH CENTURY IN LEBANON AND EGYPT

SHARE ONA Lecture by Dr. Bahaa Abudaya & Dr. Arnaud Maillet. The Arab art movement that started in the late 19th century had a significant transformation in the early 20th century in regards to the pictorial style of its artists. That

THE PROMISE OF ARAB YOUTH

SHARE ONIf you flick on the television, it won’t be long before you find an image of an angry balaclava-clad radical Arab teen brandishing an explosive device, or an aerial shot of the destruction caused by clashes between the Middle East’s

GREEK INTO ARABIC? INTRODUCTION TO ARABIC PHILOSOPHY

SHARE ONHistorians of Arabic Philosophy and science, of whatever school, all acknowledge the importance of Greek heritage having been translated into Arabic. They know that if they ignore this fact, they will understand nothing of the emergence and

WHAT IS SUCCESS?

SHARE ONSuccess is full of paradoxes: accessible to everyone and difficult to reach, individual and collective, personal and professional, defined differently for everyone without any mold or equation and able to forge an original consensus between

BEYOND WAR AND PEACE: HOW DID FRANCE PLAN TO REDRAW BORDERS AFTER THE GREAT WAR

SHARE ONA Lecture by Dr. Isabelle Davion, Associate Professor in contemporary History at Paris-Sorbonne University. Since spring 1915, the French Republic President Raymond Poincaré suggests to “undertake a series of studies to determine from

FRESH WATER AND RISKS IN THE ARAB STATES OF THE GCC

SHARE ONRepresentatives from the GCC member States have met in Kuwait to discuss the construction of a new pipeline in the region. At a projected cost of $ 10.5 billion for a projected length of 2 000 km, this pipeline would easily rank among the

EASTER ISLAND, MYTHS AND FACTS

SHARE ONA Lecture by Prof. Dr. Morgan De Dapper, Department of Geography at Ghent University. Easter island, a tiny speck of volcanic land lost in the immense expanse of the Pacific Ocean, is the most isolated inhabited island in the world. Since

STRATEGY AND STRATEGIC EXECUTION FOR PRO SPORTS

SHARE ONA Lecture by Mr. Anter Isaac, FIFA/CIES Network Expert. The Lecture will be delivered in English.