Forces Creating Instability in the Middle East: A lecture by Anthony H. Cordesman

ISAG-29042016cordesman 1Forces Creating Instability in the Middle East is the title of the lecture Anthony H. Cordesman will delivered on Friday, 29th April 2016, h. 9:40-11:00, at the European University of Rome, Via degli Aldobrandeschi 190, classroom DT04.

Anthony H. Cordesman holds the Arleigh A. Burke Chair in Strategy at the Centre for Strategic and International Studies in Washington. He has directed several studies on the US national security, asymmetric warfare, projection of critical infrastructures, energy, the Middle East. Previously he served as a consultant to the US Department of State and as director of intelligence assessment at the Department of Defense during both Iraq and Afghanistan wars. He also served as director of policy and planning for resource applications at the Department of Energy. He has had numerous foreign assignments as well—including posts in Lebanon, Egypt, and Iran—and has worked extensively in Saudi Arabia and the Gulf. He is a former adjunct professor of national security studies at Georgetown University, and has twice been a Wilson fellow at the Woodrow Wilson Center for Scholars at the Smithsonian.

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