The mission of the Brzezinski Institute on Geostrategy is to examine the unique interaction of history, geography, and strategy, with a goal of developing policy-relevant analysis and recommendations. Geostrategy incorporates both geopolitics and historically rooted national impulses in the formulation of prescriptive long-term geostrategies. The Institute seeks to further the study of geostrategy and to inspire a new generation of strategic policy thinkers in the United States and abroad.
The Brzezinski Institute supports projects focusing on geostrategy, with the goal of developing policy-relevant analysis and recommendations. The choice of the term geostrategy is deliberate. Reaching beyond traditional geopolitics, geostrategy includes the cumulative role of history, of the effects of global political awakening, and of the dramatic transformation in the nature of warfare in the shaping of comprehensive national security policy.
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Event by John J. Hamre and William S. Cohen — October 5, 2017
Report by Jonathan E. Hillman — June 14, 2017
Event by Jon B. Alterman , Matthew P. Goodman , and Anne Gearan — April 24, 2017
Report by Jon B. Alterman — March 14, 2017
Newsletter by Jon B. Alterman — January 18, 2017
Event by Heather A. Conley , Dr. Alan D. Hemmings (via video teleconference) , Dr. Kristine Offerdal , and Dr. Nilufer Oral — December 19, 2016
Podcast Episode — December 19, 2016
Event by John J. Hamre , Matthew P. Goodman , and Jonathan E. Hillman — October 25, 2016
Event by John J. Hamre — April 12, 2016
Podcast Episode by John J. Hamre — April 12, 2016