Amid challenges from Russia and China, the Indo-Pacific has replaced Europe as the central theater of global politics.
Please join Hudson’s China Center for a panel discussion with the architects of the AUKUS agreement—former British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, former Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison, and Seventieth US Secretary of State and Distinguished Fellow Michael R. Pompeo—on what this monumental diplomatic and security achievement.
In April, Dr. Robert Kadlec released Muddy Waters: The Origins of COVID-19 Report. Please join Hudson Senior Fellow David Asher for a conversation with Dr. Kadlec on the report’s findings.
The Hudson Institute Political Studies Policy Certificate Program gathers talented early- and mid-career professionals for advanced study of public policy and national security led by policy experts and experienced government officials.
On June 6, please join Coordinator for Indo-Pacific Affairs on the National Security Council Kurt Campbell and Hudson Institute Distinguished Fellow Walter Russell Mead for a discussion on United States foreign policy and America’s role in the world. Dr. Campbell will offer his perspective on American strategy in the Indo-Pacific region.
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