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Tuesday, May, 01, 2018

Iraq After ISIS: What to Do Now, New America DC

Iraq After ISIS: What to Do Now

In 2017, the United States dealt ISIS a devastating blow eliminating its territorial holdings in Iraq and Syria. Iraq, which will hold national elections on May 12th, emerged out of the war against ISIS strong and in an increasingly positive mood.

Yet as Iraq looks ahead to a post-ISIS future, numerous challenges lie ahead. In a new policy report, Iraq After ISIS: What to do Now, Bartle Bull and Douglas Ollivant propose the contours of a positive, forward looking U.S.-Iraqi relationship.

New America welcomes Bartle Bull and Douglas Ollivant to discuss their report and the future of U.S.-Iraqi ties. Bartle Bull is an author and founder of Northern Gulf Partners, an Iraq-focused merchant banking firm. Douglas Ollivant is an ASU Senior Future of War Fellow with New America and former Director for Iraq on the National Security Council under both the George W. Bush and Barack Obama administrations. He is also Senior Vice President of Mantid International, LLC, a global strategic consulting firm with offices in Washington, Beirut, and Baghdad.

Join the conversation online using #IraqAfterISIS and following @NewAmericaISP.
Participants:
Bartle Bull, @bb_bull
Co-Author, Iraq After ISIS: What to do Next
Founder, Northern Gulf Partners

Douglas Ollivant, @DouglasOllivant
Co-Author, Iraq After ISIS: What to do Next
ASU Senior Future of War Fellow, New America
Moderator:
Peter Bergen, @peterbergencnn
Vice President, New America
Director, International Security Program, New America

When
May. 1, 2018
12:15 pm – 1:45 pm
Where
New America
740 15th St NW #900 Washington, D.C. 20005
RSVP
New America
740 15th Street NW, Suite 900
Washington, DC 20005

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