Seminars

Kuwait Programme

The Kuwait Programme organises research-focused seminars and breakfast seminars at LSE and in Kuwait. Below are forthcoming and past events organised by the Programme.

Forthcoming Events

Forthcoming events will be listed here.

Past events and podcasts

2018-19

  • Building the "New Kuwait": The Role of the Private Sector in the Post-Oil Dependent Political Economy
    6 February 2019 | Sophie Olver-Ellis
  • The Rentierization of the Private Sector in the GCC
    15 January 2019 | Hend Al-Sulaiti
  • The Doctor’s Hand in Kuwait’s Health Sector Supply Chain and Expenditure
    12 December 2018 | Yousef Abdulsalam

2017–18

2016–17

  • The Paris Climate Change Agreement and The GCC
    25 April 2017 | Aisha Al-Sarihi
  • Dispelling Stereotypes: Women's Rights in the Gulf States
    22 March 2017 | Lulu al-Sabah and Hatoon al-Fassi
  • The Evolving Role of the Gulf States in the Palestinian-Israeli Conflict
    28 February 2017 | Suliman Al-Atiqi
  • Opportunities and Challenges for Young Female Entrepreneurs in Saudi Arabia
    7 February 2017 | Sara Alshareef
  • The Merchant Elite and Parliamentary Politics in Kuwait
    17 January 2017 | Anastasia Nosova
  • The Effects of Saudi-Iranian Rivalry on the Regional Security Complex
    29 November 2016 | Matteo Legrenzi
  • Oil and the Transformation of Urban Life in Kuwait
    3 November 2016 | Farah Al-Nakib
  • Politics in Modern Arab Art
    18 October 2016 | Sultan Sooud Al Qassemi
  • Cities and the New Climate Economy: On the Role of Urban Form and Transport
    27 September 2016 | Philipp Rode
  • Politics After Islamism: The Changing Rhetoric of Conservatism in the Gulf
    22 September 2016 | Ahmed Dailami

2015–16

2014–15

2013–14