[PAST EVENT] Reassessing America’s Alliances in a Changing World
LocationAlan B. Miller Hall (Business School), Brinkley Commons
101 Ukrop Way
Williamsburg, VA 23185Map this location
Access & Features
- Open to the public
Barry Posen, Ford International Professor of Political Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Posen is the director of MIT’s Security Studies Program and a renowned expert on U.S. grand strategy and national security. He has written three groundbreaking books on those subjects: Restraint: A New Foundation for U.S. Grand Strategy; Inadvertent Escalation: Conventional War and Nuclear Risks; and the award-winning The Sources of Military Doctrine. His work has appeared in leading outlets like The New York Times, Foreign Affairs, and The Atlantic. He received his PhD in political science from UC Berkeley.
Kori Schake, Senior Fellow and Director of Foreign and Defense Policy, American Enterprise Institute
Schake has had a distinguished career in government, working at the US State Department, the US Department of Defense, and the National Security Council at the White House. Dr. Schake is the author of five books, among them America vs the West: Can the Liberal World Order Be Preserved?; Safe Passage: The Transition from British to American Hegemony and Managing American Hegemony: Essays on Power in a Time of Dominance. Schake has been widely published in policy journals and the popular press and is a contributing writer at The Atlantic and War on the Rocks. Schake has a PhD in government and politics from the University of Maryland.
Moderator: Mark Hannah, Senior Fellow, Eurasia Group Foundation
Hannah is a senior fellow at the Eurasia Group Foundation, where he explores the possibilities and benefits of a U.S. foreign policy less dependent on military might. He is a term member of the Council on Foreign Relations and a political partner at the Truman National Security Project. He is the creator and host of the foreign policy podcast, "None of the Above.” He is affiliated with NYU's Institute for Public Knowledge and the Council on Foreign Relations. His writing has appeared in TIME, The Guardian, USA Today, The Washington Post, and Politico Magazine, amongst other outlets. Hannah received his Ph.D. in communication and media studies from the University of Southern California's Annenberg School for Communication.
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