The Biden administration inherited a decade-long uncertainty in US policy towards the South Caucasus. What should the countries of the region expect from the new American administration, in the context of the rapidly changing geopolitical environment in and around the South Caucasus? Should we expect more US engagement or less? Should we expect more security cooperation or less? What about democracy promotion? How will the US policy towards Iran, Turkey, and Russia impact the region?
Our panel of speakers with in-depth knowledge of the Washington policy-making landscape will try to answer to these question and more.
Jason Bruder, Former Foreign Relations Committee Staffer and Senior Advisor at Open World
Scott Cullinane, Executive Director, US-Europe Alliance
Claire Kaiser, Director for Strategic Initiatives, McLarty Associates
Mark Simakovsky, Senior Fellow, Atlantic Council
Moderator: Svante E. Cornell, Director, Central Asia-Caucasus Institute
When: Tuesday, February 16, 2021, 12:00-1:15 pm EST
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