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Online Event: Future Strategy Forum: Covid-19 and Democracy and Governance

June 5, 2020 • 1:00 – 2:00 pm EDT
The event will be webcast live from this page.
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The Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) and the Henry A. Kissinger Center for Global Affairs at Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) are pleased to host the 2020 Future Strategy Forum, an initiative to connect scholars who research national security with its leading practitioners. Future Strategy Forum: Cooperation and Conflict in the Time of Covid-19 will feature a virtual keynote discussion with the Hon. Michèle Flournoy on June 2nd, followed by three panels over three days exploring how Covid-19 will impact national security. 

Covid-19 and Democracy and Governance will explore how the pandemic and global responses will impact democracy, privacy, and trust in government across the world.

Click below for our other events:
Tuesday, June 2 at 9 am: Covid-19 and National Security with the Hon. Michèle Flournoy
Wednesday, June 3 at 1 pm: Covid-19 and Grand Strategy
Thursday, June 4 at 1 pm: Covid-19 and the Military


Writing Opportunity: As part of the 2020 Future Strategy Forum, the Henry A. Kissinger Center for Global Affairs, in cooperation with CSIS and the Texas National Security Review, will offer prizes to the best new scholarship from emerging scholars in national and international security. Any junior scholar – from advanced graduate student to tenure track faculty to think tank fellow – is eligible to submit, though special preference will be given to 2020 participants in the Future Strategy Forum. A particular focus will be placed on submissions from underrepresented communities. Click here for more information.

Event Partners

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Suzanne Spaulding
Director, Defending Democratic Institutions, and Senior Adviser, Homeland Security, International Security Program
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Beverly Kirk
Senior Associate (Non-resident), International Security Program
Senior Adviser to the President for National Capital Academic Strategy, and Professor, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Kathleen H. Hicks