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Noon Forum: The Cyprus Issue: "A Declassified Dossier"
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The American Hellenic Institute

cordially invites you to a

Noon Forum

The Cyprus Crisis:

“A Declassified Dossier”

Presented by:
Gregory Graves
PhD Candidate at GW and AHI Graduate Fellow

Tuesday, September 26, 2017

12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.


The Hellenic House
1220 16th Street NW • Washington DC 20036

(Light refreshments will be served)

Gregory Graves earned his BA in history from the University of San Diego in 2014. In May of 2016, he completed his Masters in History, with a concentration in imperial and colonial studies, at the George Washington University. In the spring of 2016, he was awarded the George Washington University History Department’s Howard M. Sachar prize for best graduate student research paper for his piece “Five Days in July: Tilting Toward Taksim.” In the fall of 2017, Gregory began the PhD program in History at George Washington. In addition to his forthcoming dissertation on U.S. policy during the Cyprus Crisis, he is researching and writing on the South Korean nuclear program in the 1970s and teaching two undergraduate discussion sections of U.S. diplomatic history since 1890. 

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