U.S.-Turkey Strategic Dialogue
Center on Contemporary Conflict
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The primary objectives of this effort are twofold: to better understand and identify solutions to the current and potential challenges to U.S. national security interests in the Middle East, and to enhance understanding of and cooperation with Turkey through a Track II dialogue. The dialogue will provide policymakers with accessible intelligence, informed by on the ground discussions with relevant stakeholders in Turkey.
FY 2012-2013. Project Leads: Clement, Victoria and Gingeras, Ryan
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