Last week marked the two-year anniversary of President Trump’s election, which signaled a dramatic shift in America’s foreign policy. Stephen M. Walt brings a realist perspective to the question question of America's future role in the world.
Tom Arnold, Chair, All Ireland Civic Dialogue on Brexit; Former, Director General, Institute of International and European Affairs ; Peter Kellner, Visiting Scholar, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace in Europe; Former President, YouGov; Martin Wolf, Chief Economics Commentator, Financial Times. Moderated by Ivo H. Daalder.
Ha Young-Sun, Chairman, Board of Trustees, East Asia Institute; Lee Jae-Min, Professor of Law, Seoul National University; Lee Sang Hyun, Senior Research Fellow, Sejong Institute. Moderated by Cécile Shea.
Irene Braam, Executive Director, Bertelsmann Foundation North America; Karen Donfried, President, German Marshall Fund of the United States; Cathleen S. Fisher, President, American Friends of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation; Daniel S. Hamilton, Austrian Marshall Plan Foundation Professor, School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University; Phil Levy, Senior Fellow, Global Economy; And other participants
Eileen Buckley, Director, National Responsible Business Leadership, PwC; Co-Author, Millennials & Financial Literacy—The Struggle with Personal ; Oliver Kupe, Managing Partner, Fort Point Capital Partners. Moderated by Gaby Dunn.
Alka Pradhan, Human Rights Counsel, Guantanamo Bay Military Commissions; Anne C. Richard, Adjunct Professor, Georgetown University, Walsh School of Foreign Service; Paul Wise, MD, Richard E. Behrman Professor of Child Health and Society, Stanford University School of Medicine. Moderated by Ertharin Cousin.