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America's National Security Challenges, Today and Tomorrow: A Conversation with Robert O'Brien

America's National Security Challenges, Today and Tomorrow: A Conversation with Robert O'Brien

Please be advised: This event will premiere LIVE on this page at 10:30 a.m. EDT, Wednesday, October 28.

Join Hudson Institute for a conversation on the current and future national security threats facing the United States with Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs Robert O’Brien. The discussion will be moderated by Hudson Institute Senior Fellow Arthur Herman.

The United States faces unprecedented challenges in foreign policy and national security, from the COVID-19 pandemic to China’s drive for global hegemony, as well as the continuing War on Terror and challenges in the Middle East. The discussion will address these and other topics relating to O’Brien’s role as Assistant to the President on National Security Affairs.

Speakers

Arthur Herman

Senior Fellow, Hudson Institute

Robert C. O'Brien

Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs

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