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Virtual Event | Dealing with a Taliban-Controlled Afghanistan

On January 25 CNAS hosted an event coinciding with the release of a report by CNAS Senior Fellow and Indo-Pacific Security Program Director Lisa Curtis, “Dealing with a Taliban-Controlled Afghanistan: Supporting the Afghan People without Legitimizing the Regime.” The event featured U.S. congressman Mike Waltz, Richard Fontaine, Ambassador Kelley Currie, Ms. Fawzia Koofi, former deputy speaker of the Afghan parliament and member of Afghanistan’s negotiating team in Doha; Matin Bek, former chief of staff to Afghan President Ashraf Ghani and member of Afghanistan’s negotiating team in Doha; and Lisa Curtis.

Virtual Event | The Legendary James A. Baker III

On Thursday, January 20, CNAS hosted a special discussion on Baker’s extraordinary life and legacy with the authors of two recent books: Susan Glasser and Peter Baker, co-authors of “The Man Who Ran Washington: The Life and Times of James A. Baker III,” and Diana Villers Negroponte, author of “Master Negotiator: The Role of James A. Baker, III at the End of the Cold War.” They were joined by Robert Zoellick, former Deputy Secretary of State and President of the World Bank, who worked closely with Baker in many of his most consequential activities.

Virtual Fireside Chat | The Hon. Frank Kendall III, Secretary of the Air Force

On Wednesday, January 19 CNAS hosted a virtual conversation between the Honorable Frank Kendall III, Secretary of the Air Force, and Dr. Stacie Pettyjohn, Senior Fellow and Director of the CNAS Defense Program. They will discuss the future of the Department of the Air Force as it adapts to having two separate services and how it must modernize to deter potential aggressors.

Special Event | The Crisis in Kazakhstan

The unprecedented unrest roiling the former Soviet republic of Kazakhstan—which is home to some of the world’s largest oil reserves and borders both Russia and China—is raising concerns about stability and shifting power balances in the region. On Thursday, January 13, CNAS hosted a special event on the situation in Kazakhstan with experts on Central Asia and Russia.

Containing Crisis: Strategic Concepts for Coercive Economic Statecraft on China

As the United States and the People’s Republic of China continue to engage in geopolitical competition, both countries have included economic tools of statecraft as part of their broader foreign policy. On Friday, January 7, CNAS hosted Congressman Ami Bera; Emily Kilcrease, senior fellow and director of the Energy, Economics, and Security Program at CNAS; Rachel Ziemba, CNAS adjunct senior fellow; and Emily Jin, CNAS research assistant, for a virtual discussion about building a strategic framework to promote geopolitical stability while defending U.S. economic and security interests.

Fireside Chat with General David H. Berger Commandant of the Marine Corps

On Tuesday, December 14 CNAS hosted General David H. Berger, Commandant of the Marine Corps, for a conversation with Dr. Stacie Pettyjohn, Senior Fellow and Director of the CNAS Defense Program. They discussed Force Design 2030, how the concept has evolved, what progress has been made to date, and what remains to be done.

Mission Brief | The Next National Defense Strategy with Dr. Mara Karlin

The Department of Defense is crafting a new National Defense Strategy, scheduled for publication in early 2022. It will identify priority threats and missions to deter competitors from aggression and secure U.S. interests around the globe. This guidance will size and shape the Joint Force and provide critical direction to the Department. On Thursday, December 9 the Center for a New American Security hosted Dr. Mara Karlin, who is Performing the Duties of Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Policy, to discuss how the Department views the evolving security environment and its implications for the forthcoming National Defense Strategy.

Virtual Event | Lessons of the Syrian Conflict

In conjunction with the release of its forthcoming report, “Lessons of the Syrian Conflict: Toward a Better Intervention Debate,” the Center for a New American Security (CNAS) hosted a panel discussion on Thursday, December 9 to discuss what U.S. policy makers can learn from the partial intervention in Syria, and what this means for future U.S. policies both in Syria and in other conflict zones. The event featured a panel discussion with the report's author Nicholas Danforth, former U.S. Ambassador to Syria Robert Ford, and former Deputy Assistant Administrator in the Middle East Bureau at USAID Mona Yacoubian. The discussion was moderated by CNAS Adjunct Senior Fellow Elisa Ewers.

Special Event | Indo-Pacific Empire: China, America and the Contest for the World’s Pivotal Region with Rory Medcalf

CNAS hosted a fireside chat with Rory Medcalf, head of the National Security College at the Australian National University, and CNAS CEO Richard Fontaine. The fireside was followed by an expert panel featuring Lisa Curtis, senior fellow and director of the CNAS Indo-Pacific Security Program; Dr. Michael Green, senior vice president for Asia and Japan Chair at CSIS and director of Asian Studies at Georgetown University; Rory Medcalf; and Dr. Thomas Wright, director of the Center on the United States and Europe at the Brookings Institution.

Mission Brief | Designing the Air Force America Needs with Lt. Gen. Hinote

How is the Air Force designing a force capable of meeting the future threats outlined in the National Defense Strategy? What are the critical changes in air warfare, and what can the United States do now to meet those challenges? On Tuesday, November 16 the Center for a New American Security hosted a one-on-one discussion with Air Force Lieutenant General Clint Hinote, Deputy Chief of Staff for Strategy, Integration and Requirements, Headquarters U.S. Air Force, on how to prepare for future warfighting challenges and refine near-term requirements to build the Air Force America needs.

Towards a Sustainable U.S. Posture in the Middle East

In conjunction with the release of its forthcoming report “When Less is More: Rethinking U.S. Military Strategy and Posture in the Middle East,” the Center for a New American Security hosted a two-part discussion on the future of the U.S. presence in the region. The event featured a one-on-one interview with Derek Chollet, Counselor of the U.S. Department of State, followed by a panel discussion with CNAS Fellow Becca Wasser, CNAS Adjunct Senior Fellow Elisa Ewers, and former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for the Middle East Mick Mulroy. The discussion was moderated by CNAS Senior Fellow and Middle East Program Director Ilan Goldenberg.

The Future of U.S. Sanctions Policy with Wally Adeyemo and Jack Lew

On Thursday, October 21 Deputy Treasury Secretary Wally Adeyemo, who led the Treasury Department’s sanctions policy review, joined the Center for a New American Security for a wide-ranging conversation on the findings and what to expect from the Biden administration’s use of sanctions moving forward. He was joined by former Treasury Secretary Jack Lew and Ambassador Paula Dobriansky. The event included audience questions moderated by CNAS Senior Fellow and Director of the Energy, Economic and Security Program Emily Kilcrease.

Special Event | Executing a National Technology Strategy

The Center for a New American Security hosts a virtual event on executing a U.S. national technology strategy. Ideas abound for actions the United States should take to better position itself for the unfolding global technology competition. Concerning topics as diverse as raw materials to semiconductors to STEM education, a nonstop cavalcade of presidential directives, congressional bills, industry proposals, think tank reports, and pronouncements by big-name luminaries have been issued as measures to address American economic competitiveness and national security challenges. Speakers include: Sen. Michael Bennet, Michael Brown from the Defense Innovation Unit (DIU), Emily Kilcrease, Megan Lamberth, Martijn Rasser, Loren DeJonge Schulman, and John Costello.

Special Event | Fireside Chat with General Sir Nicholas Carter, UK Chief of the Defence Staff

The Center for a New American Security (CNAS) hosted General Sir Nicholas Carter, UK Chief of the Defense Staff for a conversation on the United Kingdom's view of the global strategic environment following the Afghanistan withdrawal, recent defense developments such as the AUKUS arrangement, and future defense priorities. Moderated by Stacie Pettyjohn, senior fellow and director of the Defense Program at CNAS.

Special Event | What's Next for Afghanistan?

It has been just over a month since the U.S. completed its military withdrawal from Afghanistan, but life has already changed dramatically for Afghans under Taliban rule. The security situation is grim, as vulnerable Afghans hide from the Taliban while others attempt to flee the country. What are the prospects for those Afghans who wish to leave? How is the security situation evolving, and how does U.S. policy need to adapt? CNAS hosted a special discussion to examine these and other issues with Afghanistan's Ambassador to the U.S. Adela Raz, Former Member of the Afghan Parliament Naheed Farid, Task Force Pineapple Deputy Director Lyla Kohistany, CNAS Senior Fellow Lisa Curtis, and moderator Heather Nauert.

Virtual Book Discussion | Leadership: The Warrior's Art

On Tuesday, September 28, the Center for a New American Security hosted a special event for the launch of the second edition of Leadership: The Warrior’s Art by CNAS Adjunct Senior Fellow Christopher Kolenda. He was joined by Marine veterans and CNAS Adjunct Senior Fellows Dr. Jeannette Gaudry Haynie and Dr. Kyleanne Hunter to discuss their new chapter, “Developing Operational Leaders … Who Happen to be Women,” on why the full integration of women into the military is crucial for readiness, and practical ways to end sexual assault within the ranks.

Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell Repeal: Reflections 10 Years Later

September 20, 2021 marked the 10-year anniversary of the Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell (DADT) repeal implementation, which ended the 17-year military personnel policy enforced by the Department of Defense (DoD) and the military services. Implementation of the policy’s repeal required coordination between Congress, DoD leadership, and service-level leadership, and included the perspectives of service members, veterans, and advocates. On Monday, September 20, 2021, CNAS hosted a virtual panel with key decisionmakers involved in the change management required to fully implement the repeal of DADT.

Cross-Strait Relations: The Prospects and Challenges

On Thursday, September 16 CNAS co-hosted a virtual event with The Prospect Foundation in Taipei entitled, “Cross-Strait Relations: The Prospects and Challenges.” The event featured remarks by officials from the United States and Taiwan, including Paul Scharre and Lisa Curtis, followed by two expert panels. The first panel covered cross-Strait relations and proposals for lowering tensions and shoring up deterrence. The second focused on enhancing support for Taiwan among like-minded countries and expanding Taiwan’s international participation, and was moderated by CNAS Fellow Jacob Stokes.

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From Frozen Assets to Sanctions: What Economic Leverage Does the U.S. Have in Afghanistan?

Will sanctions and other coercive economic be enough to compel the Taliban to follow international standards on human rights? What role will the informal economy and support from non-democratic states have in reducing the American economic leverage over the Taliban? How will these restrictions impact the population and the humanitarian efforts that the U.S. and allies have been supporting? On Tuesday, August 24, CNAS hosted a discussion on these pressing questions with experts guests Annie Pforzheimer, Alex Zerden, Rachel Ziemba. The event was moderated by Emily Kilcrease, Senior Fellow and Director of the Energy, Economics, and Security Program.

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Against the Clock: Saving America's Afghan Partners

With no embassy in Kabul and a difficult bureaucratic process to navigate with few resources, what must happen next for Afghans left in limbo? On Thursday, August 19th, the Center for a New American Security hosted an urgent discussion on the status of U.S. efforts to relocate nearly twenty thousand special immigrant visa (SIV) applicants and their families, and lessons learned from past experiences. Guests included Rep. Seth Moulton, Amb. Richard Armitage, and Lisa Curtis. Moderated by CNAS CEO Richard Fontaine.

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Independent Review Commission on Sexual Assault in the Military

On Wednesday, August 4, 2021 CNAS hosted a virtual panel discussing the Department of Defense (DoD) Independent Review Commission (IRC) on Sexual Assault in the Military and their latest report. Panelists discussed the process, findings, and recommendations. IRC commissioners Kayla Williams and Dr. Kyleanne Hunter were joined by Dr. Coreen Farris, Senior Behavioral Scientist at RAND and Tina Tchen President and CEO of TIME'S UP. The panel was be moderated by Katherine Kuzminski, Senior Fellow and Director of the Military, Veterans, and Society program at CNAS.

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Strengthening America's Defense Supply Chain: A Conversation with Rep. Elissa Slotkin and Rep. Mike Gallagher

On Thursday, July 22, 2021, CNAS hosted an event for the release of the final report of the House Armed Services Committee’s Defense Critical Supply Chain Task Force. Task Force co-chairs Rep. Slotkin and Rep. Gallagher discussed the report’s key findings and recommendations with moderator Martijn Rasser, Senior Fellow and Director of the CNAS Technology and National Security Program. CNAS CEO Richard Fontaine gave opening remarks.

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Day 6: CNAS 2021 National Security Conference | Security in the Balance: Gaming the Next Defense Strategy

As part of Day 6 of the CNAS 2021 National Security Conference on June 17, 2021, the CNAS Defense Program and expert guests hosted a live virtual strategy game exploring some of the critical challenges shaping the Department of Defense’s (DoD) next National Defense Strategy (NDS). The game focused on the Indo-Pacific region, forcing players to make tough tradeoffs in a budget constrained environment among capacity, capability, and readiness to achieve their overarching goals.

This game drew from the Defense Program’s wide-ranging expertise on defense strategy and force planning, highlighting the Center’s unique gaming capabilities through the Gaming Lab. For more information about featured contestants or about the conference, visit conference.cnas.org.

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Day 4: CNAS 2021 National Security Conference | The Pitch: A Competition of New Ideas

As part of Day 4 of the CNAS 2021 National Security Conference on June 15, 2021, CNAS hosted its annual premier event to elevate emerging and diverse voices in national security: The Pitch: A Competition of New Ideas. Selected applicants will make their pitch for innovative policy ideas to meet new challenges in U.S. national security policy in front of a distinguished panel of judges and a live virtual audience. For more information about featured contestants or about the conference, visit conference.cnas.org.

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Day 3: CNAS 2021 National Security Conference | The Quad Equation: How Four Democracies Can Uphold the Rules-based Order in the Indo-Pacific

As part of Day 3 of the CNAS 2021 National Security Conference on June 10, 2021, CNAS Senior Fellow and Director of the Indo-Pacific Security Program Lisa Curtis hosted Stephen Biegun, Michael Fullilove, Vijay Gokhale, and Shinsuke Sugiyama, for a discussion on the future of Quad engagement and what it means for growing strategic competition between the United States and China and the trajectory of the Indo-Pacific regional order. Following the first-ever Quad summit earlier this year, what can we expect from this emerging powerful group of Indo-Pacific democracies? Will the four nations—Australia, India, Japan, and the United States—be able to develop a coherent agenda that strengthens their respective national security interests and fosters economic development, peace, and stability throughout the region? For more information about the conference, visit conference.cnas.org.

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Day 3: CNAS 2021 National Security Conference | America and the Middle East

As part of Day 3 of the CNAS 2021 National Security Conference on June 10, 2021, CNAS expert Ilan Goldenberg discussed new opportunities for effective partnerships to strengthen U.S. competitiveness in the Middle East. For 20 years, American presidents have tried to withdraw U.S. military forces from the Middle East, only to be pulled back in. As calls for the United States to completely withdraw from the region grow, how can policymakers adopt a coherent strategy for efficiently managing America’s interests in the region? For more information about the conference, visit conference.cnas.org.

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Day 3: CNAS 2021 National Security Conference | Russia: An Assumptions Check

As part of Day 3 of the CNAS 2021 National Security Conference on June 10, 2021, CNAS experts hosted an interactive virtual session to check key assumptions about Russia, the challenges it poses, and how the United States can respond. How should U.S. policymakers think about the Russia challenge, especially in the face of other national security priorities? From the SolarWinds cyber breach to Moscow’s massive military buildup on Ukraine’s border this spring, Russia’s enduring threat to U.S. security interests is clear. CNAS Senior Fellow and Director of the Transatlantic Security Program Andrea Kendall-Taylor moderated a conversation featuring Eddie Fishman, Michael Kofman, and Margarita Konaev. For more information about the conference, visit conference.cnas.org.

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Day 3: CNAS 2021 National Security Conference | Military Recruitment for an Era of Competition

As part of Day 3 of the CNAS 2021 National Security Conference on June 10, 2021, CNAS convened a panel focused on the current state of recruitment, retention, and talent management, examining ongoing efforts to ensure that the military is building a competitive force that reflects American society. The makeup of the U.S. military reflects the strengths of American democracy, providing operational advantages in near-peer competition. Yet, the All-Volunteer Force faces a range of issues that hinder representation in the military, including extremism, racism, and sexual assault. CNAS Senior Fellow and Director of the Military, Veterans, and Society Program Katherine Kuzminski moderated a conversation with Bishop Garrison, Lieutenant Colonel Garrett Kaye, and Kori Schake. For more information about the conference, visit conference.cnas.org.

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Day 3: CNAS 2021 National Security Conference | Protecting Democracy, Protecting National Security

As part of Day 3 of the CNAS 2021 National Security Conference on June 10, 2021, CNAS convened a virtual conversation about the hard choices facing members of Congress surrounding oversight of the nation’s homeland security enterprise. Bolstering democracy at home in the face of an elevated threat from domestic extremist violence is a national security imperative. Axios National Political Correspondent Jonathan Swan moderated a panel discussion featuring Carrie Cordero, Rep. Peter Meijer, and Rep. Elissa Slotkin. For more information about the conference, visit conference.cnas.org.

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Day 3 | CNAS 2021 National Security Conference: A New American Security

Day 3 of the CNAS 2021 National Security Conference on June 10, 2021 featured a series of interactive online sessions on issues such as technology and economic competition, the future of defense, and the challenges to democratic values.

For the full conference schedule and for more information, visit the official conference website: https://conference.cnas.org/.

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Day 2: CNAS 2021 National Security Conference | Live Podcast: CNAS Brussels Sprouts

As part of Day 2 of the CNAS 2021 National Security Conference on June 9, 2021, the CNAS Transatlantic Security Program hosted a live, interactive recording of the Center’s Brussels Sprouts podcast with co-hosts Andrea Kendall-Taylor and Jim Townsend, featuring Steven Erlanger, Anne Gearan, Susan B. Glasser, and Constanze Stelzenmüller. For the full conference schedule and for more information, visit the official conference website: https://conference.cnas.org/.

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Day 1: CNAS 2021 National Security Conference | The Future of Indo-Pacific Strategy - Panel Discussion

As part of Day 1 of the CNAS 2021 National Security Conference on June 8, 2021, CNAS CEO Richard Fontaine hosted a panel discussion featuring Lisa Curtis, Mike Green, Amb. Harry Harris, and Tanvi Madan, about how responses from the United States, Australia, India, and Japan to China’s growing regional assertiveness will prove crucial in shaping the region’s future. The United States and China are competing across economic, diplomatic, military, technological, and ideological spheres, with implications for the future of the Indo-Pacific region. For more information about the conference, visit conference.cnas.org.

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Day 1: CNAS 2021 National Security Conference | Fireside Chat with Kurt Campbell

On June 8, 2021, the first day of the Center's annual conference, CNAS CEO Richard Fontaine hosted Kurt Campbell, Deputy Assistant to the President and Coordinator for Indo-Pacific Affairs in the National Security Council, for a conversation about how responses from the United States, Australia, India, and Japan to China’s growing regional assertiveness will prove crucial in shaping the region’s future. For more information about the conference, visit conference.cnas.org.

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Day 1: CNAS 2021 National Security Conference | Global Digital Order

As part of Day 1 of the CNAS 2021 National Security Conference on June 8, 2021, CNAS experts and guests discussed what America and like-minded democratic countries can do to strengthen their cooperation, protect crucial advantages, and promote free and open norms and values around emerging technologies. Megan Lamberth and Ainikki Riikonen began with live trivia questions, and Axios Future Correspondent Bryan Walsh moderated a panel featuring Lisa Curtis, Martijn Rasser, and Zoe Weinberg. As the global technology competition intensifies, how can the United States regain its edge? For more information about the conference, visit conference.cnas.org.

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Day 1: CNAS 2021 National Security Conference | Show Me the Crypto

As part of Day 1 of the CNAS 2021 National Security Conference on June 8, 2021, EES Adjunct Senior Fellow Yaya J. Fanusie and Research Assistants Jason Bartlett and Emily Jin hosted an interactive choose-your-own-adventure style scenario following a fictitious South Korean cryptocurrency exchange and associated cybersecurity risks. Following every new development, the audience chose between two options which resulted in different outcomes. Our expert panel then offered thoughts and insights on the voted options and associated developments, followed by a final evaluation of the outcome and its relevance to issues today. With each new decision, the audience learned more about the economic and national security implications related to innovations in financial technology. For more information about the conference, visit conference.cnas.org.

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Day 1: CNAS 2021 National Security Conference | Fireside Chat with DSD Kathleen Hicks

On June 8, 2021, CNAS launched its 15th annual national security conference. To set the stage for the two weeks ahead, CNAS CEO Richard Fontaine hosted Deputy Secretary of Defense Kathleen Hicks for a fireside chat about America’s changing foreign policy landscape and the need for a new national security vision. For more information about the conference, visit conference.cnas.org.

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Day 1: CNAS 2021 National Security Conference | Opening Panel Discussion

As part of Day 1 of the CNAS 2021 National Security Conference, the Center hosted a panel discussion about America’s changing foreign policy landscape and the need for a new national security vision. The session was moderated by Axios reporter Dave Lawler, and featured Ilan Goldenberg, Stacie Pettyjohn, Vance Serchuk, and Amy Studdart. For more information about the conference, visit conference.cnas.org.

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Day 1: CNAS 2021 National Security Conference | Opening Remarks by CNAS CEO Richard Fontaine

To launch the CNAS 2021 National Security Conference, A New American Security, CNAS CEO Richard Fontaine provided opening remarks, setting the stage for a series of keynote conversations with members of the CNAS community, expert guests, and leading policymakers about America’s changing foreign policy landscape and the need for a new national security vision. For more information about the conference, visit conference.cnas.org.

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Day 1 | CNAS 2021 National Security Conference: A New American Security

On June 8, 2021, the Center for a New American Security (CNAS), in partnership with Axios, launched the 15th Annual CNAS National Security Conference, A New American Security. The virtual conference will explore the new challenges, ideas, and voices transforming America’s national security landscape. It will feature a series of interactive online sessions on issues such as technology and economic competition, the future of defense, and the challenges to democratic values.

For the full conference schedule and for more information, visit the official conference website: https://conference.cnas.org/.

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Special Event: President Biden’s First International Trip: Views from the National Security Council

To discuss the Biden Administration's approach to the upcoming G7, NATO, and U.S.-EU Summits and bilateral meetings with fellow leaders, CNAS hosted Daleep Singh, Deputy Assistant to the President and Deputy National Security Advisor, Amanda Sloat, Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director for Europe on the National Security Council, and Eric F. Green, Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director for Russia and Central Asia on the National Security Council. The discussion was moderated by Andrea Kendall-Taylor, Senior Fellow and Director of the CNAS Transatlantic Security Program.

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Virtual Report Rollout Event: Advancing a Liberal Digital Order in the Indo-Pacific

On May 27, 2021, CNAS hosted a virtual event coinciding with the release of a new CNAS report, Advancing a Liberal Digital Order in the Indo-Pacific, authored by Lisa Curtis, Jacob Stokes, and Joshua Fitt. The report rollout event featured a conversation with the report’s coauthors and an expert panel discussion, featuring Jared Cohen, Founder and CEO, Jigsaw; Sarah Cook, Research Director for China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan, Freedom House; Jonathan E. Hillman, Senior Fellow, Economics Program, and Director, Reconnecting Asia Project, CSIS; Martijn Rasser, Senior Fellow, Technology and National Security Program, CNAS. Richard Fontaine, Chief Executive Officer, CNAS, moderated.

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Special Event: Australian and U.S. Approaches to Cyber and Critical Technologies

To discuss Australian and U.S. approaches to the national security challenges and opportunities surrounding cyber and critical technologies, CNAS hosted Ambassador Tobias Feakin, Australia’s inaugural Ambassador for Cyber Affairs and Critical Technology, Lauren Zabierek, Executive Director of the Cyber Project at the Harvard Kennedy School’s Belfer Center, and Tarun Chhabra, Senior Director for Technology and National Security on the National Security Council.

Ambassador Feakin, Ms. Zabierek, and Mr. Chhabra were introduced by Martijn Rasser, Senior Fellow in the CNAS Technology and National Security Program, for a panel discussion.

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Special Event: Virtual Fireside Chat with General Charles Q. Brown

Watch live as Dr. Stacie Pettyjohn, Senior Fellow and Director of the CNAS Defense Program, hosts General Charles Q. Brown, Chief of Staff of the Air Force, for a conversation on building an air force to win the high-end fight.

Defense

Virtual Fireside Chat with General John M. Murray

Sep 10, 2020

Indo-Pacific Security

Richard Fontaine and Bethany Allen-Ebrahimian Discuss America and the Post-Pandemic World

At the launch of the CNAS 2020 National Security Conference, CNAS CEO Richard Fontaine and Axios China Reporter Bethany Allen-Ebrahimian discussed challenges and opportunities...

Defense

Virtual Panel Discussion: Serious Games: How the Pentagon Uses Wargames to Develop Ideas and Inform Decisions

Jun 16, 2020

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