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Eastern Mediterranean Project

The Eastern Mediterranean Project was established by JINSA to examine evolving threats and opportunities, and to provide recommendations, for U.S. policy toward the region, including Turkey’s increasingly aggressive posture, the return of great power competition and significant energy discoveries.

Overview:

  • Members

  • Analysis and Commentary

Eastern Mediterranean Project Members

Alan Makovsky

Former Senior Professional Staff Member at U.S. House Foreign Relations Committee

Amb. Eric Edelman

Co-Chair, Iran Task Force and Eastern Mediterranean Task Force, Former Under Secretary of Defense for Policy

Edward Morse

Global Head of Commodities Research at Citigroup

GEN David Rodriguez, USA (ret.)

Former Commander, United States Africa Command

Gen Philip M. Breedlove, USAF (ret.)

Former NATO Supreme Allied Commander and former Commander of U.S. European Command

Lt Gen Thomas "Tom" Trask, USAF (ret.)

Former Vice Commander, United States Special Operations Command

Reuben Jeffery

Former Under Secretary of State for Economic, Business and Agricultural Affairs

VADM Mark Fox, USN (ret.)

Former Deputy Commander, U.S. Central Command

Gen Charles "Chuck" Wald, USAF (ret.)

Co-Chair of the Iran Task Force, Former Deputy Commander of United States European Command

John Hannah

Former Assistant for National Security Affairs to the Vice President; JINSA Gemunder Center Senior Advisor

Svante E. Cornell

Policy Advisor, Gemunder Center for Defense & Strategy

Gen Kevin P. Chilton, USAF (ret.)

Former Commander, U.S. Strategic Command

ADM Bill Gortney, USN (ret.)

Former Commander, North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD)

ADM Kirkland H. Donald, USN (ret.)

Former Director, Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program