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January 2021

September
29
FILED UNDER : American Security & The Oceans

The Battle Against Illicit Fishing

Illegal, Unreported, and Unregulated (IUU) fishing is the leading global maritime security threat. Without direct action, illicit fishing stands to exacerbate food insecurity, diminish the economic stability of coastal States, and increase tension among foreign-fishing Nations. Combating IUU fishing on a global scale requires a strategic approach, including a network of information sharing between governments and private-public partnerships. The American Security Project will be hosting two panel discussions to facilitate information sharing between private-public partnerships and the US government. The…

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August
24
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Climate Change and National Security in Northeastern Florida

On August 24th, please join the American Security Project and the Northeast Florida Regional Planning Council, in partnership with ADAPT, in Jacksonville, Florida for a panel discussion with Lieutenant General John Castellaw USMC (Ret.) and City of Jacksonville Council Members Randy DeFoor and retired U.S. Navy Captain Aaron Bowman, and others on progress made in Jacksonville on resilience, what the future holds, and why combating climate change in the greater Jacksonville area is imperative for America’s national security.  As the…

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July
15
FILED UNDER : Climate Security

Investing in Infrastructure – How Infrastructure Plays a Role in U.S. National Security

America’s infrastructure priorities have far-reaching implications for national security ¬– both within and outside the United States. Investments in the national grid, renewable energy, electric vehicles, carbon capture, and technological development, among other opportunities, have the potential to improve American competitiveness abroad while increasing resiliency and mitigation at home.

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June
29
FILED UNDER : Climate Security

Turning The Tide: National Security Risks in the Face of Sea Level Rise

Sea level rise and more extreme weather events are causing risks to military installations, readiness, operations, and strategy. The Department of Defense manages more than 1,700 military installations that may be affected by sea-level rise. How can we prepare the military bases for the risk of sea-level rise damage and what are the priority areas when it comes to these issues?

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May
26
FILED UNDER : National Security Strategy

Maintaining A Strategic U.S. Presence in the Persian Gulf

The U.S. has key security and geopolitical interests that make access to the Persian Gulf region a critical national security priority. Ongoing conflict stemming from ISIL and in Yemen will continue to exacerbate regional instability. The U.S. should continue to engage GCC states, which remain critical allies in meeting the shifting security challenges in the Middle East. Please join Dr. Khalid Al-Khater, Director of Planning and Policy Department at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Qatar, Lieutenant General Daniel Christman,…

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May
19
FILED UNDER : Climate SecurityNational Security & Climate Change

Military Base Resilience in Tampa Bay

Florida’s strategic importance in protecting America’s national security is indisputable. Home to over 20 military installations, Florida’s abundant coastline is a natural choice for military exercises and deterrence. Tampa in particular, host to two command centers, is a critical convergence of U.S. national security. Join the American Security Project on May 19th at 2pm EST for a virtual discussion on military resilience in the Tampa Bay region with Vice Admiral Lee Gunn, USN (Ret.) and Brigadier General Stephen Cheney, USMC…

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April
20
FILED UNDER : Climate Security

An Evolving World Order: The Geopolitics of Climate Change

Join us for a discussion of the geopolitics of climate change moderated by ASP’s President, Brigadier General Stephen Cheney, USMC (ret.).

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April
07
FILED UNDER : Climate Security

National Security Implications of Climate Change in Florida

Florida plays an important role in U.S. national security, and climate change poses clear risks to national security assets in Florida. Please join Lieutenant General Norm Seip, USAF (ret.) for a discussion of the climate threats to military infrastructure, operations, and readiness in Florida, as well as the broader threats to U.S. national security interests.

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April
06
FILED UNDER : American Security & The OceansClimate SecurityFeatured EventNational Security & Climate ChangeNational Security Strategy

Beneath the Waves: A Deeper Look at the National Security Threats of Illicit Fishing in “Seaspiracy”

Join ASP and Sea Shepherd for a conversation with Congressman Welch and the directors of Seaspiracy for a conversation on IUU fishing and national security.

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January
11
FILED UNDER : National Security Strategy

Looking Beyond the First 100 Days: Challenges and Opportunities for a New Biden Administration

Over the week of January 11th, ASP will convene national security leaders and policymakers to discuss the three looming threats to U.S. national security that the Biden administration will need to rapidly address.

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