Suleyman Ozeren, Ph.D

Dr. Suleyman Ozeren is an adjunct faculty and a research scholar at George Mason University. He teaches Theory and Politics of Terrorism, Terrorism and Counterterrorism, and Conflict, Security, and Forced Migration. He formerly served as the President of the Global Policy and Strategy Institute and the Director of the International Center for Terrorism and Transnational Crime (UTSAM). His research interests include terrorism & counterterrorism, Turkey-US relations, politics in Turkey, conflict resolution, international security, the Kurdish issue. He has worked collaboratively with the US Congress, European Union the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe; George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies; Global Counterterrorism Forum (GCTF); and National Defense University. His commentaries and opinion pieces appeared at Reuters, Al Arabiya English, Jerusalem Post, Ahval News, and Sky News Arabia. Twitter: @docsozeren

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