The Center for a New American Security hosts an evening address by Australian Defense Minister Joel Fitzgibbon on Thursday, April 9, 2009, from 6:30pm to 8:30pm, in the Willard's Crystal Room. In light of the annual AUSMIN talks, Minister Fitzgibbon will discuss U.S.-Australian relations, specifically continued defense and foreign security cooperation. Following the speech there will be Q & A and a cocktail reception.
CNAS is honored to host Minister Fitzgibbon as part of the National Security Leaders Forum (NSLF), a platform for senior civilian and military leaders to address the Washington policy community and media on the most important national security issues of the day.
The Honorable Richard Danzig
Chairman of the Board, Center for a New American Security
The Honorable Joel Fitzgibbon
Australian Defense Minister
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