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They are young, they are educated and they have loads of opportunities ahead of them. So what does the next generation of Emiratis think about the future and what are the main issues they are grappling with?
We will have Future Generation Views from Cairo, Beirut and Istanbul. What questions do you want us yo ask? #CTWLiveFrom
Professor Abdulkhaleq Abudlla speaks with CNN's Becky Anderson about how situation in Iraq is viewed from the Gulf.
One of the main themes we will be exploring for the next couple of weeks on Connect the World Live From is how the "future generation" of Emiratis, Egyptian, Lebanese and Turks feel about the events unfolding across the region and inside their own country. In order to do that I'm going to sit down with recent graduates in Abu Dhabi, Cairo, Beirut and Istanbul to listen to their opinions, their hopes and what their worries.
It's clear to me that many of the countries we are going to bring you special programming out of this Ramadan have very vibrant youth. They are educated and they know what they want and aren't afraid to raise their demands. So how will this new generation potentially tackle the problems and challenges previous generations have so far failed to address? What are the obstacles in front of them?
So tell me what you want me to ask these dynamic young people and I'll make sure to pose it to them. Just Tweet me @BeckyCNN using #CTWLiveFrom.