Fractured Alliance? The Future of U.S.-Turkey Relations

Speakers:
Steven A. Cook Douglas Dillon Fellow, Council on Foreign Relations; and coauthor, Council Special Report, Generating Momentum for a New Era in U.S.-Turkey Relations
Elizabeth Sherwood-Randall Adjunct Senior Fellow for Alliance Relations, Council on Foreign Relations; and coauthor, Council Special Report, Generating Momentum for a New Era in U.S.-Turkey Relations
Presider:
Marc Grossman Vice Chairman, The Cohen Group; and former United States Ambassador to Turkey
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12:30 - 1:30 p.m. Conference Call

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