Monday 13 May 2013 from 12:30pm-1:30pm.
Location: 1100 New York Avenue, NW , 7th Floor West Tower
Cultural diplomacy is a traditional public diplomacy method for building relationships overseas and enhancing America’s long-term national security. Join us as Della Mae discusses and plays selections from their recent 43 day tour of Central Asia, which was administered by American Voices and sponsored by the U.S. Department of State.
Tuesday, May 7th, 2013 from 8:30am until 9:30am.
Location: 1100 New York Avenue, NW Suite 710W
Join us for a conversation with Abdiweli Mohamed Ali, the former Premier of Somalia.
The last two years in Somalia has seen militant Islamists in retreat and a country rise from the ashes of chronic conflict and chaos. At the helm during this transformative period the former Prime Minister, argues that security and political progress in Somalia has boosted US national security interests.
The Emerging Leaders in Environmental and Energy Policy Network (ELEEP) brings Americans and Europeans together to discuss pressing environmental policy issues. This ELEEP lunch discussion will focus on climate adaptation by considering actions at the local and national level.
Tues., April 16 12:30 PM – Join us for a discussion on how U.S. natural gas exports can achieve geopolitical goals by enhancing the energy security of America’s closest allies.
Wed., April 10 0830 AM – The European Union (EU) is going through major political and economic changes. There is much debate on the future of the United Kingdom within the institutions of the EU. Where does Britain see it self within the EU? What does that mean for the US-EU trade talks? Join us to discuss these issues and many more with Tobias Ellwood MP.
Wed., April 3 0530 PM – Climate change is increasingly seen as a national security threat by military establishments around the world. Join us for a conversation with Major General Muniruzzaman, a Senior Officer of the Bangladesh Army