We are still on holiday and won’t be posting any new content to the blog today.
But we did want to remind our readers that on Wednesday, October 10, CNAS will hold its final Election 2012 event from 1 PM to 2:30 PM at the Willard InterContinental Hotel in Washington.
CNAS, wtih the New America Foundation and the American Enterprise Institute, will host a debate between top-level surrogates of the Obama and Romney presidential campaigns. Dov S. Zakheim, Special Advisor on Foreign Policy and National Security for the Romney campaign, will join Rich Verma, member of the National Security Advisory Committee for the Obama campaign, to discuss the defense and foreign policy agendas of the two candidates.
Also, before the Vice Presidential debate on foreign policy this Thursday, don’t forget to check out our new National Security Guide to the 2012 Presidential Election and learn a bit more about the foreign policy and national security issues that the next administration faces.
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