Over the past two years, the Arab uprisings have swept through the Middle East, forcing governments to grapple with popular demands in new ways.
With Iran’s heightened activities, the Gulf region is at the center of global developments in cyber conflict. Jim Lewis, director and senior fellow of CSIS’s Technology and Public Policy Program, discussed evolving cyber capabilities in the Gulf, the U.S. and allied responses to these threats, and emerging fault lines in global cyber conflict.
Please join us on November 13 for the release of ‘U.S. – Turkish Relations: A Review at the Beginning of the Third Decade of the Post-Cold War Era,’ jointly prepared by the CSIS Turkey Project and the Center for Strategic Research (SAM) of the Turkish Foreign Ministry.
Breakfast and Opening Remarks
Kralev has been given unprecedented access to the inner sanctum of American diplomacy in Washington and around the world. Also the author of Decoding Air Travel: A Guide to Saving on Airfaire and Flying in Luxury, Kralev will be speaking on his latest work- America’s Other Army.
This roundtable discussion focused on Turkish, Russian, and Iranian policies with respect to the crisis in Syria. CSIS scholars, who are currently engaged in a collaborative research project on "The Turkey, Russia, Iran Nexus," offered brief remarks on how differing interests and policies of these three governments are influencing diplomatic efforts to resolve the crisis and
Director, Office of Transition Initiatives, USAID
Thursday, August 2, 2012
5th Floor Conference Room
CSIS 1800 K St. NW, Washington, DC
With Donatella Rovera Senior Crisis Response Adviser, Syria Amnesty International
With commentary by Aram Nerguizian
Visiting Fellow, Arleigh A. Burke Chair in Strategy Center for Strategic and International Studies