The U.S and the Middle East – the New Balance of Power and the Way Forward

The U.S and the Middle East – the New Balance of Power and the Way Forward

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On July 25, 2018, The Middle East Institute, the preeminent Washington DC policy center on the Middle East, will bring Nicholas Rasmussen, former Director of the U.S. National Counter Terrorism Center (NCTC) to the Limelight Hotel in Ketchum for an in-depth conversation.

Rasmussen held senior positions at NCTC and the White House in both Republican and Democratic administrations during a 27-year career in government. He will share insights on the state of our national security, counter-terrorism efforts, and Middle East trouble spots including Iran, Iraq, Syria, and Afghanistan.
The following day, July 26, experts from The Middle East Institute will join Rasmussen for conversations on the U.S. and its changing relationships with key regional powers including Saudi Arabia, Iran, and Turkey as well as a discussion on how terrorist networks operate through banks and financial institutions throughout this volatile region.
This is the third in a series of summer forums that The Middle East Institute has conducted in collaboration with the Sun Valley Global Affairs Forum to bring top policy insiders to the Sun Valley area. Previous years have featured keynote speakers such as Richard A. Clarke, Ambassador Robert Ford and Vice-Admiral Robert Harward
Tickets are $450 for individuals and $750 for couples and include admission to all sessions, receptions, and breakfasts. Register here.

For information, contact Hayley Smart at The Middle East Institute at 202 785 1141 extension 209.

Tags: Special Interest, Middle East, Security, Cybersecurity,

Posted By: The Middle East Institute




Event Details

Date: July 25, 2018
Time: 5:00pm - 8:00pm

Location:
The Limelight Hotel
151 Main Street
Ketchum, Idaho 83340

website

Contact:
Hayley Smart
2027851141extension209
hsmart@mei.edu


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More About this Event Poster: The Middle East Institute

The Middle East Institute (MEI) is a Washington DC-based educational and policy institute. Founded in 1946, MEI is an unbiased source of knowledge and analysis on the Middle East.

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