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Key Issues and Emerging Threats: An Off-the-Record Conversation on the Hill
January 24

Key Issues and Emerging Threats: An Off-the-Record Conversation on the Hill


12:00 pm 01:00 pm

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American Security Project, founded eleven years ago as a nonpartisan national security research and education organization devoted to forging consensus on America’s long-term national security. Our bipartisan board of Republicans, Democrats, retired military flag officers, and business leaders places us in a unique position to talk to both sides of the political aisle. The ASP network includes more than 200 fellows including senior national security leaders, policy makers, academic experts, and private sector stakeholders with unique expertise on a broad range security issues. Widely respected for our fact-based analysis in the face of an ever-changing world landscape, ASP provides meaningful, thorough, and non-partisan insight into the immediate and long-term impacts of world events.

 

Join members of American Security Project’s Board of Directors on Tuesday, January 24th for an off-the-record lunch briefing on key security issues and emerging threats for Members of Congress and select staff. Topics will include the US-Russia relationship, trade policy, national security strategy, and US-China relations.

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