Geopolitical Fulcrum or Endless War:
Options for U.S.-Syria Policy in the Biden Administration

Please join former senior U.S. officials, Ambassador James Jeffrey and Michael Mulroy, as well as Sinam Mohamad, a senior Syrian Democratic Council official, for a timely discussion about the situation on the ground in Syria and how the incoming Biden administration might approach Syria in 2021: is it an important battleground against Russian, Iranian, and jihadi expansion or a “forever war” that should be ended?

Thursday, December 17 – 3:00pm EST


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Amb. James Jeffrey

Ambassador James Franklin Jeffrey served as the Secretary’s Special Representative for Syria Engagement and the Special Envoy to the Global Coalition To Defeat ISIS. He is a senior American diplomat with experience in political, security, and energy issues in the Middle East, Turkey, Germany, and the Balkans.

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Michael Mulroy

Michael Mulroy is a retired Paramilitary Operations Officer (PMOO) from the Central Intelligence Agency. His previous assignments include: Chief of Department in Special Activities Center (formerly Special Activities Division), Chief of Station of an overseas country, Chief of Expeditionary Team in a warzone country, Chief of Base in a warzone country, Deputy Chief of a Branch in Special Activities Division (SAD), a PMOO in a Branch in SAD and several other overseas and headquarters positions.

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Sinam Mohamad

Sinam Mohamad is the representative of the Syrian Democratic Council (SDC) mission in the United States. She is a top diplomat of the Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria (AANES) in Syria and also serves on the SDC Presidential Council. Ms. Mohamad has served the Kurds of Syria in leadership positions for a decade. She is a founding president of the People’s Council of Rojava, also known as Western Kurdistan.

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Blaise Misztal

Blaise Misztal is the Vice President for Policy at JINSA. His research interests include Iran and its nuclear program, U.S.-Turkey relations, countering extremism, and strategic competition.

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