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August 2019

September
22
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Climate Change as a Threat Multiplier

Join Alice Hill, Council of Foreign Relations Senior Fellow for Energy and the Environment and Vice Admiral Lee Gunn, USN (Ret.) for a conversation with American Security Project COO Andrew Holland on the threats climate change poses to US national security.

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June
17
FILED UNDER : Climate Security

Beijing’s Quandary: Balancing Growth & Reductions in Carbon Emission

A June 17th, 2020 Zoom discussion on China’s growth and carbon emissions

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April
09
FILED UNDER : Energy SecurityNational Security StrategyRussia

A New Crisis: A Discussion of the Oil-Price War with Admiral Dennis Blair

Join ASP COO Andrew Holland and Admiral Dennis Blair (Ret.) for a VIRTUAL conversation on the current oil-price crisis amidst Coronavirus. Date: Thu, April 9, 2020 Time: 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM EDT This event will be held on Zoom and audience members will be capped at 100. Call-in information will be provided to those who previously RSVPed via email 24 hours before the event. Register and Learn More about the Event here.

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February
11
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Flooding the Gates: Happy Hour and Discussion with Congressman Beyer and Lieutenant General Norm Seip

Climate change is a significant challenge for the U.S. and the globe. Rising seas, intense storms, and extreme drought threaten our communities, cities, and military infrastructure. Effective response will require the collaboration of a broad range of stakeholders to develop sound solutions. Join Lieutenant General Norm Seip, USAF (Ret) and Congressman Don Beyer of Virginia for drinks and a discussion on the threat of climate change to our national security, legislative efforts to address the threat, and what solutions are…

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December
06
FILED UNDER : Featured EventNational Security StrategyPublic Diplomacy

A New American Message: A Discussion on U.S. Rhetoric

Join us on December 6 for a panel and discussion on the “New American Message”.
American credibility is in jeopardy. For decades, the United States has struggled to communicate an effective message to the world. The post-9/11 era demonstrates serious inadequacies in America’s ability to build relationships with foreign audiences and out-communicate those who wish to do it harm.

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October
16
FILED UNDER : Nuclear Security

Battlefields of the Future: The Next Generation of Nuclear Reactors

As warfighters move towards a future that is increasingly power by electricity, advanced nuclear power can provide the centralized, always available source of power that can quickly be deployed. Nuclear power will provide a dense, resilient, always available, and cyber-proof source of energy. The American Security Project will be hosting a coffee and discussion on nuclear reactors and their strategic and tactical uses by the military. Congressman Conor Lamb (D-PA) will offer introductory remarks followed by a panel of experts.…

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October
03
FILED UNDER : Climate Security

Climate and Security in Southeast Asia

Vietnam

Join the American Security Project on Thursday, Oct 3rd from 12-1pm for a discussion on the climate security risks in Southeast Asia and why it matters for U.S. interests abroad.

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September
26
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The Future of USMCA

Join the American Security Project on Thursday, September 26 for a panel discussion on USMCA and the national security implications of a new North American trade agreement. Congressman Henry Cuellar, (D-TX), will offer introductory remarks followed by a panel of experts.

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September
19
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Military Base Resilience Happy Hour

Join the American Security Project on Thursday, September 19th at 5:30pm for a happy hour and discussion of the new website, Military Base Resilience. The website highlights 4 major risks to U.S. military installations: Sea Level Rise, Extreme Storms, Extreme Heat & Drought, and Arctic Ice Melt. In recent years, ASP has expanded their climate security portfolio – studying the effects that climate change is currently and will have on U.S national security. After networking and drinks, Alice Hill, Senior…

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August
29
Free
FILED UNDER : Cuba Engagement

The Cuba-U.S. Bilateral Relationship: New Pathways and Policy Choices

Join ASP for an event to discuss the future of US-Cuba relations. Authors of a new book about the Cuba-U.S. Bilateral Relationship will discuss Cuba policy,

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