Skip to main content
Virtual Event | Dialogues on American Foreign Policy and World Affairs: A Conversation with Robert Kagan
A child wears a Ukrainian flag during a rally run by people and relatives of Azov battalion servicemen's currently engaged in defending Azovstal plant, in Kyiv on May 3, 2022. (Getty Images)
A child wears a Ukrainian flag during a rally run by people and relatives of Azov battalion servicemen's currently engaged in defending Azovstal plant, in Kyiv on May 3, 2022. (Getty Images)

Virtual Event | Dialogues on American Foreign Policy and World Affairs: A Conversation with Robert Kagan

This event will premiere on this page at 12:00 p.m. EDT, Monday, July 25. Register for the event here.

Please join Hudson Institute for an event on the Russia-Ukraine War and its implications for European security, the future of U.S. hegemony, and the liberal world order. Hudson Institute Distinguished Fellow Walter Russell Mead will discuss these issues with Robert Kagan, Senior Fellow at Brookings Institution and contributing columnist at The Washington Post. Kagan’s next book The Ghost at the Feast: America and the Collapse of World Order, 1900-1941, is a continuation of his acclaimed first work Dangerous Nation: America’s Foreign Policy from Its Earliest Days to the Dawn of the Twentieth Century, will be released in January 2023.

Dialogues on American Foreign Policy and World Affairs is a Hudson discussion series moderated by Walter Russell Mead, one of America’s leading analysts of international affairs and the Global View columnist at The Wall Street Journal. The series features influential policymakers and opinion leaders in a candid conversation on timely questions of international affairs and national security.

Speakers

Robert Kagan

Stephen & Barbara Friedman Senior Fellow, Project on International Order and Strategy, Foreign Policy, Brookings Institution, contributing columnist at The Washington Post

Walter Russell Mead

Ravenel B. Curry III Distinguished Fellow, Hudson Institute

Hudson Experts

Related Events