Scott Carpenter

former Deputy Assistant Secretary, State Department

Guest

Former Deputy Assistant Secretary of State in the Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs (2004-2007) and former coordinator of the State Department's broader Middle East and North Africa Initiatives; Fellow at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy

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