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May 2022

July
19
FILED UNDER : Climate SecurityEnergy SecurityRussia

The War in Ukraine and Energy Security and Energy Market Disruption

A video and recap of this event is available here.   Russia’s war in Ukraine has caused a great deal of turmoil in global energy markets and forced a conversation on energy security. The geopolitics of energy has been shaken to its foundation as nations reconsider their energy sources and future energy partners, as well as the risks associated with relying on oil and gas from petrostates. These developments are having a hugely disruptive effect on global markets. Please join us on…

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July
12
FILED UNDER : National Security Strategy

Previewing President Biden’s Middle East Trip

A video and recap of this event is available here.   Please join us on Tuesday, July 12 for a conversation on President Joseph R. Biden’s upcoming trip to the Middle East with Linda Robinson, Director of the Center for Middle East Public Policy and Senior International Defense Researcher at RAND, and Steven A. Cook, Senior Fellow for Middle East and Africa Studies at the Council on Foreign Relations, ASP adjunct senior fellow Giorgio Cafiero will preside. Panelists will discuss…

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July
01
FILED UNDER : Featured EventNational Security StrategyRussia

Rapid Response Briefing – Unpacking the 2022 NATO Summit – A Conversation with Admiral James Stavridis

A video and recap of this event is available here.   Please join us on Friday, July 1 for a special conversation with Admiral James G. Stavridis, former NATO Supreme Allied Commander. Admiral Stavridis will share his analysis of the NATO Summit in Madrid, the new NATO Strategic Concept, NATO enlargement, and threats to the Alliance as well as his unique insights on the role of naval leadership in NATO’s strategy. About the speaker: Admiral James Stavridis is a retired…

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June
17
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Earth, Fire, Wind, Water: Climate Considerations in Nevada

Climate change is impacting every industry in Nevada and the surrounding area. From public health and the hospitality industry to agriculture and water resources, climate change is fundamentally changing how the state does business and how the military operates in the region.

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June
14
FILED UNDER : Climate SecurityEnergy Security

Green Trade – Aligning Policy and Climate Goals

Through trade policy, policymakers can build environmentally sustainable supply chains, incentivize renewable energy investment, and make the green economy a profitable pursuit.

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June
06
FILED UNDER : Climate Security

The Fight Against Illicit Fishing – A Conversation with Assistant Secretary of State Monica Medina

IUU fishing is rapidly becoming a primary maritime security concern both in the U.S. and for our allies and partners. It has widespread  impacts on both economies and security, from the cost of seafood itself to transshipment and human trafficking.

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June
01
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War in Ukraine – A Conversation with Former NATO Supreme Allied Commander General Philip Breedlove, USAF (Ret)

A recap and video of this event is available here. The war in Ukraine continues to drag on, with Russia having to abandon early invasion goals and Ukrainian forces bravely countering the Russian offensive with significant assistance from the West. Please join us on Wednesday, June 1 for a special conversation with General Philip M. Breedlove, USAF (Ret), former NATO Supreme Allied Commander Europe. General Breedlove will share his assessment of the ongoing conflict, the utility of the lethal assistance…

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May
26
FILED UNDER : Climate Security

The Cost of Climate Change & Benefits of Action

Impacts from climate change, like sea level rise and an increase in extreme weather events, are at the forefront of military operations and planning in Norfolk, Virginia.

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May
25
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rEVolution: The Future of Electric Vehicles (EVs) and the Military

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A recap and video of this event is available here. Several recent Department of Defense strategies and plans have specified electric vehicles as a key component necessary to reduce U.S. military carbon emissions. From transitioning tactical vehicle fleets to the electrification of warfighting platforms, the future of EVs and the military has no shortage of possibilities, and no shortage of challenges. Join us for conversation about the state of EVs in the military, exciting developments of military EV technology and…

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May
16
FILED UNDER : Climate SecurityFeatured EventNational Security & Climate Change

Climate Change Impacts on National Security in South Florida

On 16 May join the American Security Project (ASP) and Florida International University (FIU) for an in-person discussion with Executive Director of the South Florida Defense Alliance Richard M. Miller, Florida House Representative James Vernon “Jim” Mooney, JR., ASP Consensus for American Security Member and former Florida Chief Resilience Officer Julia Nesheiwat, PhD., and FIU Professor Dr. Jayantha Obeysekera, on military base resilience and the national security implications of climate change on foreign policy. This event is a continuation of…

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