12:30 PM – 2:00 PM
Experts will discuss how changes in Turkey’s relationships with its regional neighbors harm the U.S. and its democratic partnerships with allies.
A panel featuring:
- Dr. Maya Arakan: Adjunct Professor, Georgetown’s CSSP and GWU’s Elliott School
- James Danoy: Career Intelligence Officer, U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency; NSI Visiting FellowDr. John Gannon: Adjunct Professor, Georgetown’s Center for Security Studies; former CIA Director of the Office of Russian and European Analysis
- Dr. Lisel Hintz: Assistant Professor of International Relations, Johns Hopkins University’s School of Advanced International Studies
- Paula Doyle (moderator): Former Assoc. Deputy Director of Operations Technology, CIA; Adjunct Associate Professor, Georgetown’s Center for Security Studies; NSI Visiting Fellow
The event will take place in the Mortara Conference Room at Georgetown University: 3600 N Street NW, Washington DC 20007
Lunch to be provided.