The Future of the US’s Afghan Allies with Dr. Nola Haynes | CSS Speaker Series
Nearly a year and a half following the fall of Kabul to the Taliban, efforts continue to evacuate US allies from Afghanistan and find safe havens for thousands of Afghans who risked their lives to support US efforts in the country. Join the Center for Security Studies for a conversation with Dr. Nola Haynes, who has worked extensively on Afghan evacuation and resettlement, as she discusses the importance of this work and provides an update on current relocation efforts for Afghan allies still in-country.
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About the Speaker
Nola Haynes, Ph.D, MDiv is an International Relations focused Political Scientist teaching at Georgetown University at the School of Foreign Service. Dr. Haynes’s research centers on national security and foreign policy issues, and is particularly focused on arms control and international security threats.
Dr. Haynes is a member of the reconvened International Security Advisory Board (ISAB) at the United States Department of State. She is an Adjunct Senior Fellow at the Center for New American Security (CNAS), a Security Fellow at Truman National Security Project, and is affiliated with the National Security Policy Center at the University of Virginia. Dr. Haynes consults as an Operations Coordinator for Human Rights First through Evacuate Our Allies. Dr. Haynes has substantive expertise regarding nuclear and conventional weapons, policy norms, sanctions, treaty-making and appears frequently on MSNBC as well as other news outlets and podcasts.