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TranscriptPreserving the Power of US Economic Statecraft
On April 30, 2019, former Secretary of the Treasury Jacob J. Lew delivered keynote remarks at an event marking the release of a new report by the Center for a New American Sec...
By Jacob J. Lew
Event Transcript: The Future of U.S. Coercive Economic Measures
On April 30, 2019, the Center for a New American Security hosted an event marking the release of a new report: Economic Dominance, Financial Technology, and the Future of U.S....
By Jacob J. Lew, Elizabeth Rosenberg, Peter Harrell, David Cohen, Dr. Gary M. Shiffman, Daleep Singh & Adam Szubin
Transcript: How the U.S. Military Fights Wars Today and In the Future
CENTER FOR A NEW AMERICAN SECURITY DEFENSE PROGRAM “HOW THE U.S. MILITARY FIGHTS WARS TODAY AND IN THE FUTURE” March, 07, 2019 – 08:18 a.m. ET PANEL MEMBERS SUSANNA BLU...
By Susanna V. Blume, Robert O. Work, Chris Dougherty & David Ochmanek
Transcript: Discussion on Growing Gray Zone Challenges in the East China Sea
Discussion on Growing Gray Zone Challenges in the East China Sea A Special Launch Event for No Safe Harbor: Countering Aggression in the East China Sea by Patrick Cronin, Dan...
By Cara Abercrombie, Patrick M. Cronin, Jonathan W. Greenert, Daniel Kliman & Yuki Tatsumi
TranscriptTranscript: CNAS AI Task Force Press Briefing
By Paul Scharre, Robert O. Work, Amir Husain & Cole Stevens
Eric Schmidt Keynote Address at the Center for a New American Security Artificial Intelligence and Global Security Summit
Transcript prepared by Gregory C. Allen and Anthony Cho. This transcript has been edited for clarity. Discussion starts at :30 of video. Paul Scharre: So thanks for joini...
By Paul Scharre, Anthony Cho, Gregory C. Allen & Eric Schmidt
CNAS 2016 Tenth Annual Conference: A Discussion on Asia-Pacific Security with Chief of Naval Operations Admiral John Richardson
MIRA RAPP-HOOPER: Ladies and gentlemen, thank you very much for joining us today for this lunchtime discussion on Asia-Pacific security. My name is Mira Rapp-Hooper and I’m ...
CNAS 2016 Tenth Annual Conference: 1LT Andrew Bacevich, Jr., USA, Fellowship Presentation
SHAWN BRIMLEY: Ladies and gentlemen, thanks for your attention and thanks for coming here today. My name is Shawn Brimley. I’m the executive vice president here at CNAS. W...
CNAS 2016 Tenth Annual Conference: The Obama Legacy and America’s Role in the World
MS. : (In progress) – of the Center for a New American Security, joined in 2008 – (inaudible) – 15 months on foreign affairs, including – (inaudible). MR. ...
CNAS 2016 Tenth Annual Conference: The Politics of National Security – A View from the Hill
LOREN DEJONGE SCHULMAN: The saying goes that politics stops at the water’s edge. I think it’s fair to say that this year has not been a beach party for folks in or out of th...
CNAS 2016 Tenth Annual Conference: Keynote Address by the Vice President of the United States
MICHELE FLOURNOY: So please be seated. Welcome back, everybody. The laughter was because I said that wasn’t for me. VICE PRESIDENT JOSEPH BIDEN: No. The laughter was t...
CNAS 2016 Tenth Annual Conference: Keynote Address by the Secretary of Defense
RICHARD FONTAINE: Well, good morning and thank you to Ben for that session on defense reform. I’m Richard Fontaine, the president here at CNAS. And Ben’s session was excell...
CNAS 2016 Tenth Annual Conference: Foreign Policy Inheritance
KATHERINE KIDDER: Well, we have the privilege of welcoming in our last panel of the day. So if the 2016 presidential election process has shown us anything, it is that the U...
CNAS 2016 Tenth Annual Conference: Defense Innovation – Between a Rock and a Cliché
BEN FITZGERALD: Good morning, everyone. If you take a look at your agendas, you’ll see that this talk is about innovation, but really, I want to talk about one thing: why ch...
CNAS 2016 Tenth Annual Conference: The Case for Inclusivity – Lessons from Four National Security Leaders
JULIANNE SMITH: Well, good morning. As Michele mentioned earlier in her opening remarks, we’re going to spend a big part of today talking about many of the national security...
CNAS 2016 Tenth Annual Conference: ISIS Study Group – Presentation and Discussion
ILAN GOLDENBERG: CNAS has convened a group of former government officials and regional experts to discuss the challenges posed by ISIS. This presentation, the follow-on pane...
CNAS 2016 Tenth Annual Conference: Global Changing Energy Markets and U.S. Strategic Opportunities
MR. : Welcome, everybody. Can I get your attention for just one minute, and I won’t keep you from eating lunch, but before we get started there are four poll questions wh...
CNAS 2016 Tenth Annual Conference: Your Move: Contesting Russia in the Baltics a Table Top Exercise
JULIANNE SMITH: All right, folks, I think we’re going to go ahead and get started. Please enjoy lunch. Keep eating. We’ll have a couple more people coming in, but we’re go...
Remarks by Defense Deputy Secretary Robert Work at the CNAS Inaugural National Security Forum
WORK: Thank you for that kind introduction and in fact, all of the people at CNAS, our CNAS family, and it’s really great to be back here this morning. It reminds me of a sto...
Gen. Dunford's Remarks and Q&A at the CNAS Inaugural National Security Forum
MICHELE FLOURNOY: Thanks, David, for bringing that footage to us. You know, this has been a wonderful day and a wonderful conference, and I want to thank all of you for comi...