Live Webinar

Statecraft in the 21st Century: Policy Coordination on Traditional and Non-Traditional Security Threats

Wednesday, May 20, 9:30–11 AM EDT   Calculate your local time 

In an increasingly complex 21st-century policy environment, there is a need for sustained multilateral coordination on non-traditional security threats—including pandemics—in addition to addressing persistent traditional security threats such as North Korea’s nuclear program. The ongoing coronavirus pandemic has affected countries worldwide, changing the way we live our lives, the health of our nation, and the global economy. What is the future role of alliances in managing cross-border security threats? How can states balance sovereignty with global responsibilities? Please join our speakers as they discuss their experiences in working together on multinational policy problems and their recommendations for the next generation of policy-makers.

Ambassador Oh Joon, Professor of United Nations Studies, Kyung Hee University
Mr. Kanehara Nobukatsu, Senior Advisor, The Asia Group; Distinguished Research Fellow, Japan Forum on International Relations
Ambassador Kathleen Stephens, President & CEO, Korea Economic Institute in America; Chair of the Board, The Korea Society
Ambassador Qi Zhenhong, President, China Institute for International Studies

Dr. Joshua W. Walker
, President & CEO, Japan Society

Co-organized by the National Committee on American Foreign Policy.




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