Since 2015 the U.S., Russia, and Turkey have been engaged in a strategically complicated dance in the civil war in Syria. As tensions between the three regional powers ebb and flow, discussions continue about the possibility of creating safe-zones in the north of the country, combating extremist forces, and brokering a peaceful diplomatic solution to the Syrian crisis.
Please join the SETA Foundation at Washington D.C. for a timely discussion on these issues and what future challenges and opportunities for cooperation might lie ahead.
Richard Weitz, Director of the Center for Political-Military Analysis, The Hudson Institute
Faysal Itani, Senior Fellow, Rafik Hariri Center for the Middle East, The Atlantic Council
Murat Yesiltas, Director, Security Studies, The SETA Foundation
Mark Perry, Independent Author
Moderated by Kadir Ustun, Executive Director, The SETA Foundation at Washington D.C.
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.