On June 24, the Turkish public will go to the polls to elect their first government under the new presidential system. The results of the June 2018 election will have dramatic effects on both the Turkish political system and Turkey’s foreign policy, including its relationship with the US.
Please join the SETA Foundation at Washington D.C. on June 28 for a panel event that will analyze and discuss the results of Turkey’s election.
*A light lunch will be served
Burhanettin Duran, General Coordinator, The SETA Foundation
Amb. James Jeffrey, Philip Solondz Distinguished Fellow, The Washington Institute for Near East Policy
Mujeeb Khan, University of California, Berkeley
Michael Reynolds, Professor of Near Eastern Studies, Princeton University
Daniel Serwer, Academic Director of Conflict Management, Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies
Kilic B. Kanat, Research Director, The SETA Foundation at Washington DC
The Foundation for Political, Economic and Social Research (SETA) at Washington, D.C. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, independent, nonpartisan think tank based in Washington, D.C. dedicated to innovative studies on national, regional, and international issues concerning Turkey and US-Turkey relations.