With the American withdrawal from Afghanistan and the rising influence of China in the Far East, could we be witnessing the re-emergence of a multipolar world? And, if so, what will American national security require in this new paradigm?
Join The American Conservative on December 2nd at The Catholic University of America as we explore these questions with top experts in the field.
This event is free and open to the public, but an RSVP is required. RSVP here.
Panel topics include:
A Retrospective on Afghanistan: Lessons Learned
Revisiting the Monroe Doctrine: Central and South America as a Security Issue
The Rise of China: How Should the West Respond?
The Rebirth of Nationalism as a Global Force
Confirmed speakers include:
Doug Macgregor, U.S. Army (Ret.)
Will Ruger, Charles Koch Foundation
Adam Weinstein, Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft
Jon Askonas, The Catholic University of America
John Fonte, Hudson Institute
John Gay, John Quincy Adams Society
Curt Mills, The American Conservative
Daniel McCarthy, Intercollegiate Studies Institute
Joe Kent, U.S. Army Special Forces (Ret.)
Robert Spalding, Hudson Institute
Michael Anton, Hillsdale College
Arta Moeini, Institute for Peace & Diplomacy
Colin Dueck, George Mason University