U.S. National Security Strategy
The United States faces a world of volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity. Challenges come from numerous factors and actors — including the growing power of China and India, a shift in power from Atlantic to Pacific regions, North Korea’s rogue weapons program, cyberwarfare, humanitarian and natural disasters, and terrorist organizations. Discuss new security-policy strategies with experts in the field.
“The two days I spent in class refreshed my knowledge of national security strategy and reignited my interest in history, security and policy. I found the regional overviews particularly interesting. They gave me a good sense of the politics of the different areas.” – Class participant
OPM Competency: External Awareness
MSL Credit Hours: 1
Brookings scholars, policymakers, foreign diplomats, and corporate professionals are the types of speakers who will share their insights within this course.
- Gain unique perspectives on global security challenges, threats and opportunities
- Review administration and congressional priorities
- Develop strategies for combatting challenges and leveraging opportunities
Who should attend
- Intelligence and military communities
- Business managers and executives
- Nonprofit, advocacy, humanitarian and development organizations
- Political officers at embassies and consulates
- Federal agency employees who have an interest in the region and/or how it relates to US policy
- Government officials wanting to learn how global issues affect domestic policies and those at their agencies