2019 Johns Hopkins-Pulitzer Center Symposium

JHU Bloomberg School of Public Health, Baltimore, Md., December 4, 2019

Spoke about TIME story on ISIS child soldiers at the seventh annual Johns Hopkins-Pulitzer Symposium. Watch video here.

Speakers: Laura Murray, PhD, MA, senior scientist in the Bloomberg School’s Department of Mental Health and core faculty in the School’s Center for Humanitarian Health; Pat Nabong, MA, a freelance visual journalist based in Chicago and a Pulitzer Center grantee. Her Pulitzer project explores the psychological toll of President Rodrigo Duterte’s extrajudicial drug war in the Philippines, which has killed more than 7,000 people—mostly small-time drug dealers and addicts from low-income communities; Paul Spiegel, MD, MPH, director of the Bloomberg School’s Center for Humanitarian Health and Professor of the Practice in the School’s Department of International Health; Kimberly Dozier, MA, CNN Global Affairs Analyst, who writes for TIME

Moderated by Judy Bass, PhD, MPH, associate professor of Global Mental Health in the Bloomberg School’s Department of Mental Health.

Aspen Security Forum 2019

Aspen, Colorado, July 17-20, 2019
Dozier moderated “Countering Violent Extremism in the United States,” with panelists: Jonathan Greenblatt, President, Anti-Defamation League; Farah Pandith, Non-Resident Senior Fellow, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University; and Nicholas Rasmussen, Senior Director for National Security and Counterterrorism Programs, the McCain Institute for International Leadership. Watch the video here.

GMF Young Professionals Summit

Brussels, June 26, 2019

Moderated: “Back to the Future: Cultural Memory and Historical Revisionism as Disrupters in Today’s Geopolitical Sphere,” with panelists Laura Blumenfeld, Senior Fellow, SAIS); Kristine Berzina, Senior Fellow, Alliance for Securing Democracy, GMF; and Andrew Small, Senior Transatlantic Fellow, GMF. Chatham House rules.

The Assilah Forum

Assilah, Morocco, June 21-23, 2019

Moderated forum opening panel “Diagnosing the current state of democracy,” with panelists: H.E. Mrs. Sameera Ebrahim bin Rajab, Special Envoy of the Royal Court. Former Minister of State for Information Affairs and the Government’s Official Spokesperson of Bahrain; H.E. Mr. Nabil Fahmy, Founding Dean, School of Global Affairs and Public Policy, American University in Cairo, Former Minister of Foreign Affairs of Egypt; H.E. Mr. Daniel Mitov, Director at National Democratic Institute (NDI), NDI’s resident representative in Brussels, Former Minister of Foreign Affairs – Bulgaria; H.E. Saleh Al-Kalab, former Jordan Minister of Information; Prof. Shibley Telhami, Anwar Sadat Professor for Peace and Development – USA; Mr. Kawa Hassan, Vice President, Middle East and North Africa Program, EastWest Institute – Belgium

GLOBSEC, Bratislava, Slovakia, 6 – 8 June 2019

Moderated panel “Do-It-Yourself” Intelligence, with, Amb. Arndt Freytag von Loringhoven, Assistant Secretary General for Intelligence and Security, NATO, Brussels; Lea Gabrielle,Special Envoy and Coordinator, Global Engagement Center, Department of State of the United States, Washington, D.C.; Hans Jakob Schindler, Senior Director, Counter Extremism Project, New York; Mark Galeotti, Senior Associate Fellow, RUSI, London

Lennart Meri Conference 2019, “One Past, Many Futures” in Tallinn, Estonia, May 15-17, 2019

Moderated panel “The Only Constant in Our Turbulent World Is Geography: The Middle East,” with panelists: Sanem Güner, Assistant Director, Hollings Center for International Dialogue, Istanbul; Andrey Kortunov, Director General, Russian International Affairs Council; Ahmed Rashid, Journalist, Pakistan; and Shahrbanou Tadjbakhsh, Professor, Sciences Po, Paris.

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The U.S. Army History of the Iraq War, CSIS, Washington, D.C., May 13, 2019

Dozier joined discussants at this CSIS event focusing on the U.S. Army’s recently published and long-awaited two volume history, The U.S. Army in the Iraq War, 2003-2011. The study authors outlined key findings from major episodes in the war, and Dozier joined Peter Bergen of New America and Ken Pollack of AEI among others providing commentary and  analysis from their own experience of Iraq.