Future Strategy Forum

An initiative to connect scholars who research national security with its leading practitioners.
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Future Strategy Forum: The Future of Technology and National Security
 
TUESDAY, JUNE 2, 2020

Join us for the 2020 Future Strategy Forum, The Future of Technology and National Security, where we will examine how emerging technologies are shaping the nature of warfare and statecraft.
 

U.S. national security would be better served if cutting-edge academic research spoke directly to practitioner communities. The Future Strategy Forum seeks to close the gap between academics and practitioners by bringing together experts from both worlds to discuss critical challenges.
 
The inaugural conference “The Future of Force” focused on the evolution of modern warfare and its implications for U.S. national security. The 2019 conference “The Future of Statecraft” explored the future of international cooperation and engagement.

2019: The Future of Statecraft
2018: The Future of Force

 
Experts:

Center for Strategic and International Studies
Dr. Kathleen Hicks
Alice Friend
Beverly Kirk
Christine Brazeau

Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies Henry A. Kissinger Center for Global Affairs
Francis J. Gavin
Diane Bernabei

Graduate Student Partners
Sara Plana, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Political Science
Rachel Tecott, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Political Science
Emma Campbell-Mohn, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Political Science
Eleanor Freund, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Political Science
Suzanne Freeman, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Political Science
Julie George, Cornell University International Relations
Leah Matchett, Stanford University Political Science

This series is made possible by 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) with support from Bridging the Gap Initiative (BtG).