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The Philadelphia Committee on Foreign Relations

Simon Henderson

  • 02/06/2019
  • 6:00 PM
  • The Philadelphia Club
  • 25


Please sign up or a maximum of TWO people for the dinner. If you would like to bring additional guests send Mary an email at and she will add them one week before the date, space permitting. There are no restrictions on registrations for presentation only.

Simon Henderson is the Baker fellow and director of the Bernstein Program on Gulf and Energy Policy at The Washington Institute, specializing in energy matters and the conservative Arab states of the Persian Gulf. As former journalist with Financial Times, Mr. Henderson was a foreign correspondent in Pakistan in 1977-78, and reported from Iran during the 1979 Islamic revolution and seizure of the U.S. Embassy. He has also worked as a consultant advising corporations and governments on the Persian Gulf. Mr. Henderson writes and appears frequently in the media discussing the internal political dynamics of the House of Saud, energy developments, events in the Gulf, and Pakistan's nuclear program, including the work of Pakistani nuclear scientist A. Q. Khan.

The topic will be: "Saudi Arabia after Khashoggi - the Kingdom, Its future and Its relationship with the U.S.”

Recent articles by the speaker include:

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