January 21, 2015

Center for a New American Security and Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs Launch American Leadership Series

 

Washington and New York, January 21 – The Center for a New American Security (CNAS) and the Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs (CCEIA) have partnered to launch the “American Leadership” Series. Hosted in New York, the American Leadership Series brings together financial and national security thought-leaders to discuss major issues facing America’s global leadership.

The inaugural meeting was held in December 2014 and focused on the threat of ISIS. The event featured insightful analysis from Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, USA (Ret.), Ambassador Robert Ford, and Dr. Audrey Kurth Cronin. Highlights of their remarks are available below:

The second meeting will focus on American energy challenges and how the United States can lead in the years ahead. CNAS and CCEIA will host the event on Tuesday, March 31 at CCEIA’s offices at 170 East 64th Street in New York. Elizabeth Rosenberg, director of the CNAS Energy, Economics, and Security Program, will lead the discussion.  Subsequent meetings will be announced in the coming weeks.  Each meeting will be accessible through subsequent video footage on the CNAS and CCEIA webpages.

To find out more about the series, please contact JaRel Clay at jclay@cnas.org or call 202-457-9410.