Where does Turkey stand today? What are the implications of recent domestic developments on Turkey?

Turkey has experienced significant political changes in recent years. The referendum held on 16 April 2017, has paved the way to adopt a new presidential system that entails a departure from the parliamentarian tradition that has been at the core of its political life during last decades. In this context, CITpax, with the support of the Spanish Ministry of Defense and the Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, organised a closed-door meeting  gathered panel will analyze the legacies of the past, the drastic changes of the present and the possible implications for the future Read more...

Options for Jerusalem and the Holy Sites

 On November 21, 2015, the Toledo International Center for Peace organised a round table to examine the Israeli and Palestinian perceptions and positions on the situation in Jerusalem and the Temple Mount / Haram al-Sharif in a context of growing tension. The meeting counted with the participation of experts from the region, international experts as well as officials from the Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation of Spain.

Israeli Perceptions of the Turmoil in the Middle East

 On November 20, 2015, The Toledo International Center for Peace (CITpax), organised a roundtable under the title “Israeli Perceptions of the Turmoil in the Middle East”. Shlomo Ben Ami, former Foreign Minister of Israel and Vicepresident of CITpax; and Pini Meidan-Shani, former Political Adviser to the Prime Minister of Israel, analysed the political and security challenges in the Middle East. The roundtable gathered a group of experts from the academic world, think tanks and officials from the Spanish Ministries of Foreign Affairs and Defense as well as members of the Foreign diplomatic Read more...

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