Wednesday, June 26, 2019 from 7:30 PM to 8:45 PM EDT
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Westminster Institute 
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McLean, VA 22101

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Robert R. Reilly, Director 
The Westminster Institute 

MeiLee Dozier and Dr. Jeff Moore:

ISIS’ leaderless revolution and the Sri Lanka attacks 

MeiLee Dozier is an Asia-focused analyst with over 13 years of experience living and working in the region and nearly a decade devoted to in-depth analysis of its shifting geopolitical landscape, as well as its domestic conflicts, transnational threats, and other national security issues. Ms. Dozier was most recently in Sri Lanka to assess the situation after the Easter Day attacks by suicide bombers and visited the hotels and church sites where they occurred. She has developed a broad perspective from working in multiple fields, including journalism, international development, NGOs, private sector investment, academia and think-tanks.
Now based in Washington DC, Dozier continues to travel to the region for research and maintains an extensive network of contacts. She received her M.A. in International Relations and International Economics from the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies and her B.A. at the University of Pennsylvania.
Dr. Jeff Moore is the CEO of Muir Analytics. He last spoke at Westminster on: "Evolution in Islamic Insurgency in Asia." He earned his PhD in Thai counterinsurgency strategies and tactics from the University of Exeter in the UK in 2011. He has a BA in political science and an MA in US history with a concentration in military affairs from East Carolina University.

Dr. Moore has worked as a defense contractor and security consultant since 1998. He has supported the US Army's Plans and Operations Division (G-3) in the Pentagon and The Department of Defense's Force Transformation, among others. He also taught counterterrorism and COIN at National Defense University.

Dr. Moore is published in a wide array of magazines such as UPI's "OutsideView," "Jane's Terrorism and Insurgency Centre," the US Naval Institute's "Proceedings" and "Naval History" magazines, "Small Wars Journal," "World Refining," "Asia Inc.," "Mass Transit," "World Oil", and PropertyCasualty360, an insurance magazine. He is the author of two books: "Spies for Nimitz: Joint Military Intelligence in the Pacific War," and "The Thai Way of Counterinsurgency."

Jeff has given briefs to the Defense Intelligence Agency, the Pentagon, JUSMAG Thailand, the Overseas Security Advisory Council in Singapore, Thai Special Forces Headquarters, the Thai National Security Council, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce in Singapore, The American Society for Industrial Security, the FBI, and other like entities.

MeiLee Dozier                                                   Dr. Jeff Moore