Johnston, Seth - from United States
Country of meeting: Berlin in the year 2014
Is a major in the United States Army, and most recently served as a task force commander with the NATO Resolute Support Mission in Afghanistan. He was previously an assistant professor of international relations at West Point. Johnston earned his D.Phil. from the University of Oxford in 2013.
At CES, Johnston will examine the changing role of NATO amidst the challenges of the past decade. Against the backdrop of NATO’s 70th anniversary, his research will investigate the role of bureaucratic actors in NATO’s overall adaptation, as well as the effects of recent international conflicts of transatlantic importance on prospects for peace and security in Europe.
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