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Foreign Affairs Committee
Oral evidence ongoing.
The Foreign Affairs Committee is holding an inquiry into the Government’s approach to the threat from ISIL and the UK’s role in the international response.
The Committee will examine the extent of the threat itself, including related challenges such as migration and sectarianism. It will also explore the policy and action of regional partners as well as the international coalition against ISIL, and the need for political and governance solutions.
Evidence given by Daniel Levy, Head of Middle East and North Africa Programme, European Council on Foreign Relations, Lord Michael Williams of Baglan, Distinguished Visiting Fellow, Chatham House, Gareth Stansfield, Senior Associate Fellow, Royal United Services Institute, Zeynep Kaya, Fellow, London School of Economics, Guney Yildiz, Turkish and Kurdish Affairs Analyst
Evidence given by Lina Khatib, Senior Research Associate, Arab Reform Initiative, Michael Stephens, Research Fellow for Middle East Studies, Royal United Services Institute, Neil Quilliam, Acting Head, Middle East and North Africa Programme and Chris Phillips, Associate Fellow, Chatham House
There are currently no public meetings scheduled.
Foreign Affairs Committee explores regional powers and prospect of Syrian Government and opposition peace talks