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"Turkey's Chastened Circumstances" - a 3/12/14 World Affairs Forum Event
Gerald Robbins, Sr. Fellow at the Foreign Policy Research Institute, to speak at the World Affairs Forum on 3/12 at UCONN/Stamford. Networking/refreshments-5:45 pm; presentation, 6:15-7:30 pm. RSVP.
Robbins is currently a Senior Fellow with the Foreign Policy Research Institute. He specializes in analyzing Turkey, the Caucasus region, and Central Asia. He has reported for The Weekly Standard, the Asian Wall Street Journal Weekly and the Washington Times. He has also served as Program Director for Freedom House in Azerbaijan, managing post-Soviet political and economic programs. In addition, he authored Azerbaijan as part of Mason Crest/FPRI's "The Growth and Influence of Islam" series. Robbins frequently lectures at universities and policy institutes.
Robbins studied at Bosphorus University, Istanbul, on a Fulbright-Hayes fellowship and holds an M.A. in Near Eastern Studies from New York University.
The cost for admission to the event is $20 per person for the general public and is free for 2013-2014 Forum and AR Series members, faculty and students. For reservations, please contact the World Affairs Forum at 203-356-0340 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The University of Connecticut Stamford Campus is located on the corner of Broad Street & Washington Blvd. Parking is available in the UCONN Parking Garage on Washington Blvd. – 2nd floor.
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