Eliot Cohen

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Member ofAmerican Committee for Peace in Chechnya, Aspen/Strategy Group, Begin-Sadat Center for Strategic Studies, Center for European Policy Analysis, Center for a New American Security, Committee for the Liberation of Iraq, Committee on the Present Danger/Members, Council on Foreign Relations/Members, Project for the New American Century, The American Academy in Berlin/Distinguished Visitors, Trilateral Commission
Spooky academic labelled "the most influential neocon in academe"

Eliot A. Cohen is the Robert E. Osgood Professor of Strategic Studies at the Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, the John Hopkins University. He is the Founding Director of the Philip Merrill Center for Strategic Studies. Cohen has been described as "the most influential neocon in academe". [1] He also led the charge against John Mearsheimer and Stephen Walt's critique of the Israel Lobby declaring it "anti-Semitic". [2]




Events Participated in

Colloquium on Intelligence Requirements for the 1990s4 December 19875 December 1987Spooky 1987 conference
Munich Security Conference/20105 February 20107 February 2010Germany
An anti-war demonstration outside described it as "Nothing more than a media-effectively staged war propaganda event, which this year had the purpose of justifying the NATO troop increase in Afghanistan and glorifying the continuation of the war as a contribution to peace and stability."
Munich Security Conference/20131 February 20133 February 2013Germany
The 49th Munich Security Conference
Munich Security Conference/201812 February 201814 February 2018Germany
The 54th Munich Security Conference
Munich Security Conference/202218 February 202220 February 2022Germany
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  1. RightWeb Profile on Cohen, accessed 31 March, 2009.
  2. Paige Austin, 'Grabbing the Third Rail', Mother Jones, 18 July, 2006. (Accessed 31 March, 2009)
  3. 'Strategic Education Associates, LLC: Profile', MANTA website, accessed 31 March, 2009.