The NATO Summit: Impact on the Caucasus

Mr. Socor, a senior fellow at the Washington-based Jamestown Foundation and analyst for the Eurasia Daily Monitor, has recently returned from the NATO summit, where he delivered reports on behalf of CACI and The German Marshall Fund to key regional leaders. Mr. Socor is recognized as a champion of NATO-aspiring Georgia and Azerbaijan thanks to his hard-hitting analyses on the strategic and military aspects of NATO’s role in building regional security in the South Caucasus. Mr. Socor also writes a bi-weekly op-ed column for the Wall Street Journal Europe.

Co-sponsored by the Jamestown Foundation and the Central-Asia Caucasus Institute, the discussion is designed to inform the policymaking community of the trans-Atlantic alliance’s failure to address security needs in the former-Soviet space, despite those nations’ efforts to cooperate as security providers in the War on Terror. All those in attendance will be provided an open forum to address the situation and share their views on the subject. The event is open to the public and media. Light refreshments will be served.


Thursday, July 15, 2004
5:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Rome Building, Room 806
1619 Massachusetts Avenue, NW Washington, DC