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The Practical Results and Ramifications of the Proposed Travel Ban
June 7, 2017 @ 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm
The Council for Emerging National Security Affairs is pleased to announce a teleconference event with Graeme Wood, national correspondent from The Atlantic. Graeme brings a tremendous understanding of the Islamic State and will offer his views on both the likely ineffectiveness of the proposed ban through the lens of recent IS and US strategy, as well as the broader implications. Immigration policy expert and CENSA founding member Scott FitzGerald will moderate the event.
CENSA requests that questions for the event be sent in advance to email@example.com and in addition during the event itself via Twitter with the hashtag #CENSATALK.
National Correspondent at The Atlantic
Graeme Wood is a national correspondent at The Atlantic. He was the 2015-2016 Edward R. Murrow Press Fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations, and he teaches at Yale University. His book The Way of the Strangers: Encounters with the Islamic State was published this year by Random House.
Scott. J. FitzGerald
Partner, Fragomen Worldwide
Founding Member, CENSA
Scott J. FitzGerald is the Managing Partner of the Boston, Massachusetts office of Fragomen Worldwide, and a Managing Director of Fragomen Immigration Services India Pvt., Ltd. He is admitted to practice law in Massachusetts, New York, Connecticut and Washington D.C., and is a member of the Labor Relations Committee of the United States Chamber of Commerce, and the U.S. India Business Council. Mr. FitzGerald lectures and writes frequently on business immigration issues, and is an Adjunct Professor of Immigration Law at Boston College Law School.
The Council for Emerging National Security Affairs (CENSA) is a non-partisan, non-profit 501(c)(3) research organization established in 1999. Its membership is a diverse international group of public sector foreign policy specialists, military officers, private sector professionals, and accomplished academics. CENSA’s mission is to contribute to the ongoing dialogue shaping national security policy through formal discussions, graduate level teaching programs, virtual collaboration, frequent publications, and high quality research programs.