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Upcoming Events

Redefining US-China Engagement with Congressman Krishnamoorthi

Hybrid EVENT

Join us for a discussion of how the United States should navigate the next decade of economic and technological competition with China.

A hostess walks by American and Chinese flags ahead of the bilateral meeting between US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen and Chinese Vice Premier He Lifeng on April 6, 2024.
Andy Wong / AP
Jun
6

Avoiding World War III: Managing Threats from Russia, China, and AI

Hybrid EVENT

Join the Council for a conversation on how China, Russia, and AI threaten global stability and how the United States and its allies can respond.

Chinese President Xi Jinping and Russian President Vladimir Putin toast during a dinner at The Palace of the Facets, a building in the Moscow Kremlin, on March 21, 2023.
Pavel Byrkin, Sputnik, Kremlin Pool Photo / AP
Jun
10

Past Events

How Emerging Technologies Impact Cybersecurity, Infrastructure, and Global Partnerships

PAST EVENT
Corporate Leadership Conversations

Please join us for our next Corporate Leadership Conversation with Lt. Gen. Richard G. Moore.

Sailors work at the Combat Information Center of the USS Paul Hamilton in the Strait of Hormuz on May 19, 2023.
AP Photos

Opening Up "Oppenheimer"

PAST EVENT

Join the Council for a screening of Christopher Nolan’s "Oppenheimer," hosted by the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists.

Robert Downey Jr, Christopher Nolan, Emily Blunt, Cillian Murphy, Florence Pugh, and Matt Damon pose for a photo at an Oppenheimer promotional event in London.
AP Photos

Commentary & Analysis

Israel Has Found the Limit of Its ‘Special Relationship’ with the US

In the News
World Politics Review
Paul Poast

The Biden administration will "not abandon Israel, but it is also tired of being associated with its military incompetence," Paul Poast writes.

President Joe Biden listens as he and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu participate in an expanded bilateral meeting
Evan Vucci / AP
US Foreign Policy

Biden Withholds Arms from Israel as Fighting Nears Rafah

In the News
WGN 9
Cécile Shea

"I don't believe there's ever been a time where the US has been this public in its criticism and pressure on Israel," says former US diplomat Cécile Shea.

Cecile Shea joins WGN via video US Foreign Policy

Research

Young Russians Feel More Threatened by Terrorism Than War in Ukraine

RESEARCH
Public Opinion Survey by Coauthors

Before the Crocus City Hall attack, a plurality of Russian young adults said Russia’s top foreign policy priority should be bolstering the country’s physical defenses.

People lay flowers and light candles next to the Crocus City Hall concert venue in Moscow
Alexander Zemlianichenko / AP
Public Opinion

Taiwan's Security Future: How Domestic Politics Impact Taipei’s Defense

RESEARCH
Report by Ethan Kessler

With a presidential election fast approaching, Taipei’s defense policy could go in multiple directions.

A voter holds a Taiwan flag as he waits for the start of a campaign rally
AP Photos
Defense and Security

Experts

Patricia Ajoy 

US Navy Federal Executive Fellow
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