KFCRIS signed a cooperation agreement with King's College London
King Faisal Center for Research and Islamic Studies signed a cooperation agreement with King's College London in Britain to launch a joint research project aimed at studying non-state actors and organizations in the Arab world.
The agreement was signed by the Secretary-General of the Center, Dr. Saud Al Sarhan, and Dean of the College of Defense Studies at the University, Wayne Bowen. The signing was attended by a number of university officials, including Dr. Peter Neumann, Director of the International Institute for the Study of Extremism, and his deputy Dr. Shiraz Maher.
The agreement includes joint research and studies focusing on political issues in the Middle East and the Arab world, as well as the establishment of a number of intellectual activities, such as seminars and workshops, as well as exchanging experiences and hosting researchers between the two sides.
This is part of the Center's efforts to cooperate with prestigious academic research institutions around the world.