Stormy Seas: Climate Change and the Economy

​Adele Simmons, President, Global Philanthropy Partnership; Board of Directors, The Chicago Council on Global Affairs; David Waskow, Director, International Climate Initiative, World Resources Institute. Moderated by David Unger.

COP21: What Happens Next?

Paul Bodnar, Senior Director for Energy and Climate Change, National Security Council, The White House; Ted Brandt, Co-founder and CEO, Marathon Capital; Michael Greenstone, Director, Energy Policy Institute at the University of Chicago (EPIC); Derek Walker, Associate Vice President, Global Climate, Environmental Defense Fund. Moderated by Ed Crooks.

From War Crimes to Climate Change: Human Rights in 2016

Kenneth Roth, Executive Director, Human Rights Watch

Strategic Deterrence in the 21st Century

Admiral Cecil D. Haney, Commander, US Strategic Command, Department of Defense

Cybersecurity and the C-Suite

Linsey Rubenstein, Vice President, Business and Supply Chain Systems, The Boeing Company; Tony Sager, Senior Vice President and Chief Evangelist, Center for Internet Security; Randal Cox, Chief Scientist, Rippleshot. Moderated by Jake Braun.

The Robot Revolution

Brenna Argall, Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Northwestern University; Henrik Christensen, KUKA Chair of Robotics, Georgia Tech Institute of Technology; Robin Murphy, Raytheon Professor of Computer Science and Engineering, Texas A&M University. Moderated by Kurt Haunfelner.

American Intelligence in the Age of Terror

Michael V. Hayden, Former Director, Central Intelligence Agency; Former Director, National Security Agency. In conversation with Ivo H. Daalder.

Homegrown Terrorists: The Rise of Jihadism in the US

Peter Bergen, Vice President, New America; National Security Analyst, CNN

Madeleine Albright: What Prague's Past Means for NATO's Future

The Honorable Madeleine K. Albright, Former U.S. Secretary of State, and Chair, Albright Stonebridge Group. Moderated by Margot Pritzker.

The Future of NATO

The Honorable R. Nicholas Burns, Professor of the Practice of Diplomacy and International Politics, Harvard Kennedy School