U.S. Middle East Policy
The event will be webcast live from this page.
The United States has been engaged in the Middle East for decades. With recent developments in the region, ongoing conflicts and instability, and global competition for U.S. resources, how does the United States shape its Middle East policy to protect its vital interests?
In our roundtable, Mick Mulroy, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for the Middle East, discussed Iraq in his opening remarks before the roundtable moved onto broader topics.
To watch his opening remarks, please see the above below.
Michael Patrick Mulroy is the U.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for the Middle East. Mulroy is a retired Paramilitary Operations Officer from the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). He previously served as Chief of Department in the Special Activities Center, Chief of Station of Overseas, and Chief of an Expeditionary Team in a warzone. He also served as a commissioned and enlisted Marine reservist for 20 years. Mulroy has received many awards and honors for his service. Mulroy holds a law degree from Samford University and a bachelor’s degree from Augusta University.