Salt Lake Committee on Foreign Relations
The Next Meeting Will Be Held on Wednesday, November 9, 2016  
       TURKEY AND THE UNITED STATES:
                   A FRAGILE ALLIANCE
                        Presented by Aaron Stein

Aaron Stein is a resident senior fellow at the Atlantic Council's Rafik Hariri Center for the Middle East. His research interests include US-Turkey relations, Turkish foreign policy, the Syrian conflict, nonproliferation, and the Iranian nuclear program. Dr. Stein was previously a doctoral fellow at the Geneva Center for Security Policy, an associate fellow for the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI), and a researcher with the Center for Economics and Foreign Policy Studies (EDAM). He also worked as a consultant for the International Crisis Group in Istanbul and has published articles and reports on Turkey's nuclear capabilities and Turkish elections. Dr. Stein holds a BA in politics from the University of San Francisco and an MA in international policy studies from Monterey Institute of International Studies. Dr. Stein received his PhD in Middle East and Mediterranean studies at Kings College, London. He is proficient in Turkish and has elementary knowledge of Arabic and French.


6PM Social – 7PM Dinner – 8PM Presentation

 

The Alta Club – 100 East South Temple

 

RSVP by 3pm Monday, November 7, by one of the following:  reply to this email; phone Kathryn Horvat, 801-502-0708; or email at kbhorvat@comcast.net.   Reservations made after deadline will be taken for speaker only. Please leave your   name and the number in your party.  Vegetarian meal is available, advise with RSVP. 


Please cancel reservations by 3pm on Monday November 7, if you know you will not be attending the meeting. You are responsible for your own and guests fees if you do not attend after making reservations.

Dinner fees; Member $35, Guests $40.  


ComplImentary parking is available on the north side of South Temple, east of the Eagle Gate apartment building. Valet service is available after 6pm