Webinar on New JINSA Gemunder Center Report:

“Reshaped After the Pandemic: Turkish Aggression in the Eastern Mediterranean”

Join JINSA for a discussion on its newly released report warning that the United States
cannot continue to ignore the pandemic’s effects on Turkish-driven instability in the Eastern
Mediterranean. The report also recommends how American policymakers can promote
stability and reassert U.S. leadership in a region of growing strategic importance.

Thursday, August 6 – 3:00pm EDT


This webinar is open to the public.

Reshaped After Pandemic

Svante 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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Alan Makovsky

Alan Makovsky

Alan Makovsky is a member of JINSA’s Gemunder Center Eastern Mediterranean Policy Project. His decades of experience on Turkish issues include covering Southern European and Middle Eastern affairs at the State Department’s Bureau of Intelligence and Research, and serving as the top Middle East advisor to the House Foreign Affairs Committee.

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Jonathan Ruhe JINSA Foreign Policy Director

Jonathan Ruhe

Jonathan Ruhe is the Director of Foreign Policy at JINSA’s Gemunder Center. Prior to joining JINSA, he was a Senior Policy Analyst at the Bipartisan Policy Center (BPC), where he worked on Middle East and Former Soviet Union security issues.

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