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…Find out more »
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.
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.…Find out more »
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.Find out more »
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…Find out more »
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,Find out more »
Have you ever wondered how climate change impacts our nation’s security? How our military adapts to more frequent and violent storms, which threaten our bases, homes and places of work? What kind of structural changes come with these extreme weather events? Our Congress and military are working tirelessly to appropriately adapt to our changing climate. The military is currently spending upwards of 8 billion dollars on repairs from Hurricane Florence and on key bases in Florida and Nebraska. On Capitol…Find out more »
Please join the American Security Project, the Atlantic Council Global Energy Center, and the Center for Climate and Security on Monday, March 25, 2019 from 2:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. for a conversation on climate change as a national security threat and the need for independent, objective science to inform threat assessments.Find out more »
Join us for a roundtable discussion on: Climate Change and National Security Wednesday, March 6, 2019 at 3:00-4:00 p.m. THE HUB SOUTH BALLROOM University of Washington Seattle, Washington Speakers: Governor Jay Inslee, Washington State Brigadier General Stephen A. Cheney, United States Marine Corps (Ret), American Security Project Admiral William Fallon, United States Navy (Ret), American Security Project Governor Christine Todd Whitman, Chairperson, American Security Project and former Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency The event, which is free and open…Find out more »