Geopolitical & Expert Briefings

There is no denying that the Middle East sits in the centre of a geopolitically complex, and at times tense, region.
Geopolitical

A visit to the Middle East can be an opportunity to delve beyond the headlines and gain deeper context and understanding for the reasons behind the region’s conflicts, the different and competing narratives, and how they impact day-to-day life.  In North Africa, you are invited to delve deeply into alternative political and social arrangements, such as constitutional monarchies.

Many of our guests benefit from our Speaker’s Bureau, meeting with experts for private briefings.  For clients who want to go beyond the obvious, we frequently arrange such briefings by in-the-know journalists, think tank people, those who hold or have held public office, and academics.

We also offer a range of geo-politically focused tours allowing you to get out into the field, and form your own views of some of the region’s most complex and controversial issues.

  • Expert Briefing: Moroccan Politics and Society

    Delve into contemporary Morocco with our expert briefing, as distinguished speakers explore the intricacies of its constitutional monarchy, diverse society, current challenges, and unique position between Europe and Africa.

  • Garbage City Cairo

    Manshiyat Nasser, also known as Garbage City, is a Cairo slum whose population is predominantly Coptic Christian.

  • Geopolitics and Strategy

    The geopolitics of the Middle East is complicated, there's no getting away from that, but we can introduce you to leading journalists, think tank people and academics who will help you cut to the heart of the issues at hand.

  • IDF experiences

    As a by-product of Israel’s history, Israel’s army – the Israel Defence Forces (IDF) – is today renowned as one of the strongest and most effective military forces in the world.

  • Jerusalem and the West Bank

    Prior to 1948 Jerusalem, the West Bank (also known by its biblical name Judea and Samaria), and wider Transjordan were under the control of the British Mandate.

  • The Gaza strip

    We also offer fascinating geo-political tours in the Northern Negev around the Israeli communities on the border with Gaza.

  • The Golan Heights

    Between 1948 and 1967, Syria used its vantage point in the Golan Heights to fire at Israeli communities living in the valley below.

Why Pomegranate?

  • Tailor made itineraries
  • Deep local knowledge
  • Expert guides
  • Outstanding style & service
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