CNAS Live Events
Explore previous live events:
Countering Chinese and Russian Digital Influence Operations
On May 7, 2020, the Center for a New American Security (CNAS) hosted a virtual event coinciding with the release of a new CNAS report, Dangerous Synergies: Countering Chinese and Russian Digital Influence Operations, by Daniel Kliman, Andrea Kendall-Taylor, Kristine Lee, Joshua Fitt, and Carisa Nietsche.
Experts Francesco Bechis, Bethany Allen-Ebrahimian, and Laura Rosenberger also joined moderator Kristine Lee for an expert panel discussion about digital influence operations by Beijing and Moscow.
Coercive Economic Measures in the U.S.-China Relationship
On April 24, 2020, Elizabeth Rosenberg, Peter Harrell, Damien Ma, and Ashley Feng discussed coercive economic measures in the U.S.-China relationship. This event coincided with the release of their new CNAS report, A New Arsenal for Competition: Coercive Economic Measures in the U.S.-China Relationship.
U.S. Sanctions Policy and COVID-19
On April 17, 2020, CNAS Energy, Economics, and Security Program Director Elizabeth Rosenberg welcomed Andrea Gacki, Director, Office of Foreign Assets Control; John Smith, Partner, Morrison & Foerster LLP; and Juan Zarate, Chairman, Center on Economic & Financial Power, Foundation for Defense of Democracies for a conversation about U.S. sanctions policy in the era of COVID-19.
Fireside Chat with General David H. Berger, 38th Commandant of the Marine Corps
Senator Josh Hawley: Rethinking America’s Foreign Policy Consensus
On November 12, Senator Josh Hawley (R-MO) delivered a keynote address in which he argued that it is time to reconsider the foreign policy consensus in light of a new era of great power competition. His keynote address was followed by a moderated discussion with CNAS CEO Richard Fontaine.
2019 CNAS National Security Conference: Sharpening America's Edge
This year's CNAS National Security Conference explored the United States' efforts to sharpen its strategic edge in an era of heightened global competition. From sustaining America's military advantage, to countering high-tech illiberalism, to designing new ways to project U.S. economic power, each session offered new ideas to elevate the national security debate.
Watch the conference's main sessions:
American Leadership in the Age of Artificial Intelligence:
An expert discussion on how the United States can maintain its artificial intelligence leadership in a new era of global competition.
Challenges to Force Development in A New American Way of War:
In a changing landscape of warfare and competition, what personnel crises is the U.S. Military failing to address and what can it do to maintain a quality force?