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Abu Dhabi, UAEFriday 25 May 2018

10@10 podcast: The UAE and a decade of war in the wider Middle East

The National is bringing you ten conversations with ten influencers to mark a decade in the region

<p>A child sits in a street during a media tour in Douma near Damascus, Syria on April 23, 2018. Ali Hashisho&nbsp;/ Reuters</p>
<p>A child sits in a street during a media tour in Douma near Damascus, Syria on April 23, 2018. Ali Hashisho&nbsp;/ Reuters</p>

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Since the invasion of Iraq in 2003, the region has been unstable. And the past decade has been a period of change and instability in the wider Middle East. But where does an emerging power like the UAE fit into this?

Ayham Kamel, head of Eurasia Group's Middle East and North Africa research team, spoke to Foreign Editor Arthur MacMillan to talk about the past decade of change in the Middle East for The National's 10@10 podcast.

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