Dialogues on American Foreign Policy and World Affairs: A Conversation with Kurt Campbell
NATO members Lithuania, Denmark, Estonia, and Poland have led the way in both backing Ukraine’s defense and bolstering their own capabilities. But no country has shown more courage and tenacity than Ukraine itself. These countries' parliamentary chairs will join Hudson’s Peter Rough to discuss what to look for at the Vilnius summit.
This event will discuss the failed policy of 2-percent inflation, the restoration of a true monetary base, checks and balances on the Federal Reserve, free market interest rates, and other fundamental reforms to America’s ailing money regime.
Please join Hudson Institute Asia-Pacific Security Chair Dr. Patrick Cronin for a conversation with Ambassador Fick on the intersection of strategy, technology, and diplomacy.
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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