We will be hosting an expert call featuring Dr. Meghan O'Sullivan, Kirkpatrick Professor of the Practice of International Affairs and Director of the Geopolitics of Energy Project at Harvard University's Kennedy School. The call will be on Friday, June 27th at 1:00pm EDT.
To highlight the interconnectedness and progressive implications of recent geopolitical tension in the global energy space.
KEY WILL TOPICS INCLUDE:
- Regional consequences of an ISIS advance in Iraq
- Russian energy influence and its geopolitical undercurrent
- High level overview on the implications for the U.S. oil and gas boom
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- Conference Code: 923285#
- Materials: CLICK HERE (slides will download approximately one hour prior to the start of the call)
ABOUT PROFESSOR MEGHAN O'SULLIVAN
Meghan served as special assistant to George W. Bush and National Security Advisor for Iraq and Afghanistan from 2004-2007. She has spent two years in Iraq, most recently in the fall of 2008 at the conclusion of the security agreement and strategic framework agreement between Washington and the government of Iraq. Prior to her current post, Meghan was a senior director for strategic planning and southwest Asia in the NSC as well as political advisor to the coalition provisional authority administrator and deputy director for governance in Baghdad.
She is currently an adjunct senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations, a consultant to the National Intelligence Council, and a strategic advisor to John Hess, the Chairman and CEO of Hess Corporation. She is also a foreign affairs columnist for Bloomberg View as well as a member of the Council of Foreign Relations, the Trilateral Commission, and the Aspen Strategy Group. O'Sullivan has published several books and articles on American Foreign Policy and has been awarded the Defense Department's highest honor for civilians, the Distinguished Public Service Medal. Esquire Magazine named her one of the most influential people of the century.
Dr. O'Sullivan received a B.A. from Georgetown University, a Masters of Science in Economics and Doctorate in Politics from Oxford University.