The 2018 National Defense Strategy acknowledges an increasingly complex global security environment and the re-emergence of long-term, strategic competition between nations. This environment potentially presents a challenge to U.S. prosperity and security by revisionist powers. China, Russia, and other economic and military powers want to shape a world consistent with their own. This upcoming 2020/21 speaker series will feature diplomats, military leaders, senior policy makers, and scholars that will help us make sense of this return of great power rivalries.
|10/2/2020||Doug Lute||How the West Was Lost|
||Russia and China: Benign Friendship or Malignant Gamechanger?
||Will the Nordic Model Survive?
||Australia and China: The West’s Tipping Point
||Nuclear Weapons Policy in the Next Administration
||Great Power Rivalries - Through the Rearview Mirror
||Col. David Maxwell
||Developments in North Korea
||How the Rise of Millennials and Gen Z Will Shape American Foreign Policy
||North Korea - What's Next?|
Taiwan - Cross-Strait Relations Beyond 2020
||Russia and the Middle East in the Twenty-First Century|
||Richard Stengel||Information Wars
||Robert S. Spalding
||US-China Relations in a Post-Coronavirus World|
||Matthew Kroenig||The Return of Great Power Rivalries|
**Made possible by the Global Speakers Program