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CEFTUS Partnership with Frontier Horizons

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The Centre for Turkey Studies (CEFTUS) is excited to announce it will be partnering with Frontier Horizons to deliver specialised, in-depth analysis on issues affecting our areas of interest, namely Turkey Syria, Iran and the Kurdistan region of Iraq. Frontier Horizons is a global risk management and specialist security consultancy, with extensive networks across over 50 countries, providing up-to-date, exclusive analysis. Frontier Horizons will allow CEFTUS’ expertise to reach a larger audience and CEFTUS will complement Frontier Horizons’ ongoing political risk analysis products. Moreover, Frontier Horizons’ expertise and insight into security and risk management will deepen the analysis that CEFTUS provides, allowing the two organisations in partnership to create hard-hitting, innovative reports of depth and value to our customers.

We will be holding an event early next year in London to mark the launch of this partnership. For more information about CEFTUS-Frontier Horizons Joint analyses, please contact info@ceftus.org

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