Azerbaijan-Armenia Fighting

Join Azerbaijan’s Ambassador to the U.S., His Excellency Elin Suleymanov, and JINSA Gemunder Center Policy Advisor Svante E. Cornell
for a briefing on the current escalation of conflict between Azerbaijan and Armenia and what it means for U.S. national security.

Thursday, October 8 – 3:00pm EDT


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Ambassador Elin Suleymanov

Elin Suleymanov was appointed as Azerbaijan’s Ambassador to the U.S. in 2011. Prior to that, for over five years, Mr. Suleymanov had been the nation’s first Consul General to Los Angeles and the Western States leading the team, which established Azerbaijani diplomatic presence on the West Coast.

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Svante E. Cornell

Svante Cornell is a Policy Advisor at JINSA’s Gemunder Center where he also serves as a member of the Eastern Mediterranean Policy Project. He is also the Director of the American Foreign Policy Council’s Central Asia-Caucasus Institute and a co-founder of the Institute for Security and Development Policy, Stockholm.

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Mike Makovsky

Michael Makovsky, PhD

Michael Makovsky, PhD is President and CEO at JINSA and a former Pentagon official in the George W. Bush administration. Makovsky is also the author of Churchill’s Promised Land (Yale University Press), a diplomatic-intellectual history of Winston Churchill’s complex relationship with Zionism. He has a Ph.D. in diplomatic history from Harvard University.

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