The State of Qatar annually hosts the U.S.-Islamic World Forum, organized by the Permanent Committee for Organizing Conferences and attended by a distinguished panel of the world's finest scholars, experts and great minds of the political, decision-making, academic, opinion leading, religious, business and media domains, coming together from the United States and four corners of the Islamic world (from Senegal to Indonesia). It provides a valuable opportunity to strengthen the formal dialogue between the West and the Muslim world
(on the governmental, civil, social and economic levels), guided by the vision and support of His Highness the Emir of the State of Qatar.
Brookings Project
Brookings Project on U.S. Relations with the Islamic World, in partnership with the State of Qatar, will convene its annual U.S.-Islamic World Forum from June 9-11, 2013 in Doha, Qatar. This year's forum is entitled "A Decade of Dialogue," heralding the ten-year anniversary of the Forum. The Forum has become the premier platform for engagement by American leaders from government, business, and civil society with their counterparts from Muslim-majority countries around the world.


The Forum will strive to deliver practical work papers and facilitate elevated debates, as well as provide viable solutions to leaders, experts, decision and policy makers and opinion leaders with regard the following topics:
Transitions in Afghanistan and Pakistan
Democracy and Development: How do they fit together?
Ripple Effects: Syrian Crisis and its Regional Impact




US and Islamic World Forum Concludes

The 10th US and the Islamic world Forum concluded here today at Ritz Carlton Hotel with declaration of a set of recommendations calling for enhancement of freedom of expression, freedom of religion, social change and prevention from economic collapse.


Pak-Afghan ties can strengthen through dialogue: US-Islamic World Forum

Foreign affairs of Pakistan and Afghanistan are intricately interlinked and both countries need serious discussion on every level before devising their foreign policies.


US, Muslims need to show reciprocity: Karzai

The West led by the United States needs to explain to the Muslim world that it dealt with the Israel-Palestine issue impartially and it wholly respected the aspirations of the Palestinians for an independent and sovereign state,


Participants in US-Islamic World Forum highlight culture role in situations of conflict

Participants in the 10th US-Islamic World Forum highlighted Monday the power of arts and culture in regions beset by conflict during the second plenary session entitled "Politics Demonizes, Culture Humanizes: Arts, Conflict, and Security".


U.S.-Pakistan Relationship and the Future of Afghanistan

The U.S. and Pakistan are fundamentally at odds over the future of Afghanistan. Washington and Islamabad back opposite sides in the war and want different outcomes. This despite a new civilian government in Islamabad and a somewhat new counter terrorism policy in Washington.


Asma Uddin to Lead Working Group at U.S. Islamic World Forum in Doha, Qatar

Asma T. Uddin to lead working group at U.S. Islamic World Forum:"Rethinking the "Red Line": The Intersection of Free Speech, Religious Freedom, and Social Change" working group at the 2013 U.S.-Islamic World Forum,


Afghan, Pakistan Delegate spar at US-Islamic Forum

After decades of war in Afghanistan and its spillover into Pakistan, the level of mistrust between the two countries today is at an all-time high.


US-Islamic World Forum in Doha celebrates "a decade of dialogue"

The 10th annual US-Islamic World Forum begins at the Ritz-Carlton Doha today. Organized jointly by Brookings Project on US Relations with the Islamic World and Qatar, the three-day conference will conclude on June 11.


The 10th annual US-Islamic World Forum begins at the Ritz-Carlton Doha today

Organised jointly by Brookings Project on US Relations with the Islamic World and Qatar, the three-day conference will conclude on June 11.

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