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December 2021

March
09
FILED UNDER : Nuclear SecurityRussia

Crisis in Ukraine: A Conversation with Baroness Catherine Ashton

Join us on 9 March at 2 PM ET for a conversation with the Right Honourable Baroness Catherine Ashton, former European Union High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy. Baroness Ashton will share her views on the war in Ukraine, European perspectives on the conflict, alliance cohesion, and the risks of escalation.

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March
08
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Global Implications of Climate Change

Join Brigadier General Stephen A. Cheney, USMC (Ret.), former President and current Board of Directors member of the American Security Project, as he speaks to the World Affairs Council of Albuquerque to provide his insights on the progress made so far, how to tackle the ultimate threat multiplier, and what it means for international relations.

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February
28
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War in Ukraine: Rapid Response Briefing with Chuck Hagel, Former Secretary of Defense

A recap and video of this event is available here. Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and the rhetoric coming from the Kremlin demonstrate that this crisis has entered a new, and dangerous phase. Please join the American Security Project on Monday, 28 February to hear former Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel discuss the rapidly evolving situation between Ukraine, Russia, the United States and NATO, and the potential global impacts should the crisis worsen. About the Speaker Chuck Hagel was the 24th…

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February
11
FILED UNDER : Featured EventRussia

Rapid Response Briefing: On the Brink of War in Ukraine

On February 11, ASP will host a conversation with Vivian Salama, national security reporter at The Wall Street Journal, who will share her perspective from recent reporting on the ground in Ukraine.

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February
10
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Global Trends: Forces Shaping National Security in Coming Decades

A recap and video of this event is available here.   Every four years, the National Intelligence Council (NIC) releases an assessment of the forces and dynamics likely to shape the national security environment over the next 20 years. Known as the Global Trends Report, it is intended to provide each incoming or returning U.S. presidential administration an unclassified assessment of the strategic environment. The most recent report identified four structural forces that will shape the future and five potential…

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February
01
FILED UNDER : Climate SecurityNational Security & Climate ChangeNational Security Strategy

How the United Kingdom is Decarbonizing Defense & Adapting to Climate Change

A recap and video of this event is available here.   In March 2021, the United Kingdom’s Ministry of Defence (MOD) released strategic guidance on how the MOD will address the challenge of climate change, the Climate Change and Sustainability Strategic Approach. The new strategy highlights how climate change is relevant to defense, how the UK’s defense enterprise can reduce emissions and increase sustainability, and how decarbonizing defense will contribute to the UK’s ‘net zero by 2050’ target. Please join…

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January
21
FILED UNDER : American Competitiveness & Economic DiplomacyNational Security Strategy

Addressing the China Challenge – A Conversation with the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission

Please join the American Security Project (ASP) on Friday, January 21 for a conversation with the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission (USCC).

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December
16
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What’s Next for Afghanistan

Join the American Security Project on December 16th to discuss developments in Afghanistan post-withdrawal

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December
15
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Regional Solutions to Global Problems: Climate Security in Alaska

Alaska continues to play a crucial role in protecting U.S. national security. As the Arctic continues to melt, the region is becoming a breeding ground for strategic competition and adversarial action. Leaders on all levels need to work together to both mitigate and adapt against the risks climate change poses to Alaska.

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December
03
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Addressing a Revanchist Russia

Recent months have seen a series of provocative actions from Russian President Vladimir Putin. Join the American Security Project for an on-the-record conversation on Friday, December 3. Our guest speakers, Ambassador Steven Pifer and Dr. Evelyn Farkas, will discuss recent developments along Ukraine’s frontier, tensions between Russia and the West, and U.S. engagement with Russia, more broadly.

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