''The Arab Revolts and their Consequences'' Conference, February 7th, DC
The Council for the National Interest and The International Council for Middle East Studies are co-sponsoring a panel discussion on "The Arab Revolts and their Consequences" Tuesday, February 7th, from 3-5PM at the Cannon House Building. Noted foreign policy and defense experts to speak.
- Washington, DC-MD-VA-WV (1888PressRelease) February 03, 2012 - The Council for the National Interest and The International Council for Middle East Studies are co-sponsoring a panel discussion on "The Arab Revolts and Their Consequences."
• Tuesday, February 7, 2012 • 3 - 5 p.m.
• Cannon House Building • Room 122
Independence & First Street, SE • Washington, DC
light refreshments served
• W. Patrick Lang, Jr. is a retired senior officer of U.S. Military Intelligence and U.S. Army Special Forces and the first Professor of the Arabic Language at the United States Military Academy at West Point. He was head of Middle Eastern and South Asian Intelligence at DIA for many years, and head of the HUMINT collection worldwide for the Department of Defense.
• Chas W. Freeman, Jr., Esq. is a former U.S. Ambassador to Saudi Arabia, former
Co-chair of the U.S. China Policy Foundation, Executive Committee member at the Atlantic Council, and President Emeritus of the Middle East Policy Council.
• Professor Paul R. Pillar is Director of Graduate Studies at Georgetown University's Security Studies Program, former National Security Officer for Near East and South Asia, and former Deputy Director of the CIA's Counterterrorist Center.
• Peter G. Kelly, Jr., Esq. is Chairman of the International Foundation for Election Systems, and former Treasurer and National Finance Chairman of the Democratic National Committee.
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