On Friday, April 12, the Center for a New American Security (CNAS) welcomed guests at the Newseum for the second annual Michael J. Zak Grand Strategy lecture series, launching a new book of essays offering fresh perspectives from the next generation of grand strategists.
Panel #1: Not Your Grandparents' Grand Strategy: Making the Shift from Why to How
The event's first panel featured a conversation with Emma Ashford (Cato Institute), Hal Brands (Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies), and Kate Kizer (Win Without War), moderated by Elbridge Colby (CNAS).
Panel #2: Resetting the Bar: Where, How, and Why America Should (Not) Intervene Abroad
The event's second panel featured a conversation with Rebecca Friedman Lissner (U.S. Naval War College) Joshua Shifrinson, (Pardee School of Global Studies, Boston University), and Vance Serchuk (CNAS), moderated by Richard Fontaine (CNAS).