The Hollings Center’s Next-Generation Dialogue series connects a rising generation of experts and professionals across Muslim-majority countries with their American counterparts...
Hollings Center Regional Policy Dialogues cover consequential and challenging topics that link Muslim-majority nations and the United States.  Dialogues center on subjects...
The Hollings Center’s Higher Education Dialogue series fosters cooperation between universities and other institutions of learning through the exchange of ideas, expertise...
Our Speaker Series provides a way to dig deeper into issues that arise from a dialogue conference with a broader audience or to engage on current events...
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Recent Reports

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Expanding Opportunities for Libyan Higher Education

March 2014. Following Libya’s parliamentary elections in 2012 and the establishment of a new government, the new representatives announced a bold vision for the future of Libyan higher education. What kind of progress has been made since the Revolution? What are areas that still need to be worked on? What do Libyan institutions seek from…

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Decoding Perceptions in U.S.-Turkey Relations

November 2013. Perceptions have weighed heavily on U.S.-Turkey relations and how American and Turkish publics see one another. Despite an often robust bilateral relationship with the US, Turkish public opinion has always been skeptical of U.S. involvement in Turkey and the Middle East. On both sides, public opinion matters when making policy, especially when the…

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Young Professionals in International Relations Launch

The Hollings Center for International Dialogue launched its Young Professionals in International Relations (YPIR) Network on June 16, 2014 in Istanbul, Turkey with an event featuring guest speaker Steven Cook, Hasib J. Sabbagh Senior Fellow for Middle Eastern Studies at the Council on Foreign Relations. The event brought together 30 young professionals representing academia, the…

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Quo Vadis Egypt?

The Hollings Center for International Dialogue cohosted an event entitled “Quo Vadis Egypt?” with the Turkish Economic and Social Studies Foundation (TESEV) on September 19, 2013. Following the event, Hollings Center Executive Director Michael Carroll spoke with two of the speakers about recent events in Egypt and their projections for the future. Interviewees include Omar…

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