Radwan Ziadeh, a spokesman for the Syrian Nation Council, spoke about the latest developments in Syria at an event hosted by the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies.
He talked about the most recent events in Syria, focusing on the negotiations with the regime and the formation of the new opposition coalition, in which he is playing an active role.
Ziadeh is a senior fellow at the U.S Institute of Peace and a fellow at the Institute for Social Policy and Understanding, both in Washington D.C.
Since the Syrian uprising started in March 15, 2011, he has been involved in documenting human rights violations and has testified at the U.N. Human Rights Council in Geneva twice. In October, he was elected director of the Foreign Relations Office for the Syrian National Council.
Yassin Sabha, President of the Middle East and North Africa Club at SAIS, will moderate the discussion.