This year's CNAS National Security Conference will explore the United States' efforts to sharpen its strategic edge in an era of heightened global competition. From sustaining America's military advantage, to countering high-tech illiberalism, to designing new ways to project U.S. economic power, each session will offer new ideas to elevate the national security debate.
Please join us via live stream at cnas.org/live on Friday, June 14 to view the conference and join the conversation.
Renewing the National Security Consensus in Congress
Maintaining America's Technology Edge
A New Day for Development Finance
Digital Freedom and Repression
Perceptions of Military Community
A Deadly Game: Taiwan Strait Crisis 2030
Fostering Bipartisanship in Intelligence Oversight
American Leadership in the Age of Artificial Intelligence
Russia-China: Debating the Significance of the Partnership
FinTech and National Security: What’s In Your Digital Wallet?
Addressing China’s Digital Expansion
Interactive Tabletop Exercise on the Future of Iran's Nuclear Program
Challenges to Force Development in A New American Way of War
National Security Lightning Talks and Roundtables
This year's conference will include two separate breakout sessions: 12:00 - 1:30PM and 3:30 - 4:30PM, in addition to the main plenary.
To revisit last year's conference, Strategic Competition, click here.
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