Ahmet S. Yayla: How Turkey Sees Its Role in the World and What That Means for the U.S.
Ahmet S. Yayla, Ph.D. is co-author of ISIS Defectors: Inside Stories of the Terrorist Caliphate. He is an Adjunct Professor of Criminology, Law and Society at George Mason University. He was the Chief of Counterterrorism and Operations for the Turkish National Police with a 20-year career interviewing terrorists.
In the Warlords’ Shadow: Special Operations Forces, the Afghans, and Their Fight Against the Taliban
Dr. Daniel R. Green is a Defense Fellow at The Washington Institute for Near East Policy focusing on counter-terrorism, counter-insurgency, and stability operations in the Middle East and Central Asia. He is a reserve officer with the U.S. Navy and most recently served in Iraq (2015-2016) as a tribal and political engagement officer in Baghdad.
Old Lesson for New Wars: Counterintelligence at the Roots of Provocation and Terror
Dr. Dziak is co-founder and President of Dziak Group, a consulting firm in the fields of intelligence, counterintelligence, and technology transfer. He is a Distinguished Fellow in Intelligence Studies at the American Foreign Policy Council and also is a Senior Fellow at the International Assessment Strategy Center.
Patrick Clawson: Will the Islamic Republic Last Long Enough to Get a Nuclear Bomb?
Patrick Clawson is Morningstar senior fellow and director of research at the Washington Institute, where he directs the Iran Security Initiative, a flagship program focused on assessing the many points of challenge Iran poses to U.S. and Western interest across the Middle East.