One year into the Biden Administration, an array of hard national security choices fills the agenda. The stakes of competition with China continue to rise in critical arenas ranging from military strategy to supply chains to the battle against the spread of digital authoritarianism. The United States is out of Afghanistan, but a humanitarian catastrophe and new security threats spell an uncertain future for the country and the U.S. role. Russian provocations toward Ukraine are renewing the possibility of war in Europe. Uncertainty surrounding the next phase of the pandemic lingers.
How might 2022 unfold from here, and what courses should U.S. foreign policy and national security take? On Friday, February 4, CNAS hosted a special virtual event featuring three members of its Board of Directors—each a leading expert—for a forward-looking survey of the global landscape and America’s role in it.
Co-Founder and Managing Director, WestExec Advisors
Former Under Secretary of Defense for Policy
Partner, Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP
Former Secretary of Homeland Security
Founder and Chief Executive Officer, LUPA Systems
Chief Executive Officer, CNAS