Listen to the former Prime Minster discussing the key issues in the U.S. -Somalia relationship; the progress already made in his country; as well as the political, economic and military challenges still ahead.
Today, the American Security Project hosted an event on the geopolitical implications of U.S. liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports
As Norman Augustine, the retired chairman and chief executive officer of Lockheed Martin and American Security Project board member, sees it, “in many cases we know what needs to be done, it just takes leadership and it takes courage to do difficult things.”
America’s competitive position has state and local roots, even if most of the policies that impact our standing are decided inside the Beltway.
General Muniruzzaman joined the American Security Project’s CEO Brigadier General Stephen Cheney and Senior Energy & Climate Fellow Andrew Holland onstage yesterday for a discussion of the effects climate change wreaks on national security both in Bangladesh and around the world.
“The best branding is good policy,” said Sir Martin Sorrell, founder and CEO of the world’s largest advertising and communications company in the world, WPP. Sir Martin was the main speaker at ASP’s event on Nation Branding and Global Politics earlier today, where he shared perspectives on country and city branding.