As U.S. military forces withdraw from Iraq and Afghanistan while “pivoting” towards Asia, the United States faces a turning point. Budgetary constraints and war weariness create public pressure for a large drawdown in the Gulf, but ongoing threats related to terrorism, nuclear proliferation, and regional instability more generally mean only modest force reductions are likely. Dr.
The CSIS Turkey Project hosted Joost R. Hiltermann, Deputy Program Director at the International Crisis Group(ICG) who discussed the new ICG report on the dispute between the Iraqi Government and the Kurds on Hydrocarbons and its implications for Turkey.
The Center for Strategic and International Studies invites you to a book event on
The Tehran Triangle
A novel by Thomas Reed with Sandy Baker
Thomas C. Reed
Former Secretary of the Air Force
Author, The Tehran Triangle
This report is also available in PDF here .
The CSIS Turkey Project hosted Ambassador Ozdem Sanberk, Board Member of the Global Relations Forum (GRF) and the Director of International Strategic Research Organisation (USAK) and Memduh Karakullukcu, Vice-Chairman of the Board of Directors and President of GRF for a discussion of unfolding developments in the Middle East, how they are perceived in Turkey and their impact on US- Turkish rela
The Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) and TCU's Schieffer School of Journalism hosted the next session of
The CSIS-Schieffer Series Dialogues
Please join the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) Project on Global Water Policy and Global Food Security Project for a public discussion regarding the challenges that developing nations face in efficiently managing water resources as they increase food production to meet the needs of growing populations.
CSIS invites you to
UNDERSTANDING THE ARAB SPRING:
Public Opinion and the Roots of Revolution in the Arab World
President of Charney Research
Arleigh A. Burke Chair in Strategy, CSIS