Great Power Relations under Trump: Syria and Beyond

On Monday, November 5th, THO partnered with MEF University for a discussion on “Great Power Relations under Trump: Syria and Beyond

The discussion featured the following speakers:

 Prof. Mustafa Kibaroglu – Chair of the Department of Political Science and International Relations at MEF University

 Dr. Richard Weitz – Senior Fellow and Director of the Center for Political Military Analysis at Hudson Institute

Great Power Relations under Trump: Syria and Beyond

On November 5th, MEF University, in co-partnership from the Turkish Heritage Organization (THO), hosted a discussion titled "Great Power Relations under Trump: Syria and Beyond," where Dr. Richard Weitz from the Hudson Institute was the keynote speaker. Prof. Mustafa Kibaroglu, the Chair of the Department of Political Science and International Relations at MEF University, made an introductory speech.

Great Power Relations under Trump: Syria and Beyond
Participants including students of the university, faculty members and think tank representatives had the opportunity to direct their questions to Dr. Weitz after his remarks on the trilateral relations between the U.S., Russia and China, American Foreign Policy under President Trump’s administration and its policies towards Russia, Syria, Iran and Turkey. Dr. Weitz also talked about the process and the actors of American Foreign Policy and he presented different views on specific issues from the Pentagon, State Department and the administration.