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The Forum is the premier annual event of New America and Arizona State University’s Future Security project—a research, education, and policy partnership that develops new paradigms for understanding and addressing new and emerging global challenges. The Forum brings together thought leaders from government, academia, the military, and the media to reflect on the legacy of the United States’ “longest wars,” discuss the impact of the past two decades of U.S. policy, and chart national and international security trends.
Co-sponsors for the 2021 Future Security Forum are Joint Special Operations University and the Strategic Studies Institute of the U.S. Army War College.
On Demand Agenda
What is Truth 20 Years Out: The Battle Against Information Disorder
- Candace Rondeaux, Director, Future Frontlines, New America, Professor of Practice, Arizona State University
- John Spykerman Chief of Russia Directorate, Global Engagement Center of the United States Department of State
- Doowan Lee, CEO/Co-founder, VAST-OSINT Inc., Adjunct Professor of Politics, University of San Francisco
- Honorable VADM Michael (Mike) McConnell, Executive Director of Cyber Florida at University of South Florida; retired U.S. Navy Vice Admiral; former director of the National Security Agency (NSA)
- Peter Warren Singer, PhD, Strategist & Senior Fellow, New America, Professor of Practice, Arizona State University (moderator)
What Defense Technology is China Investing in Over the Next 20 Years?
- Peter Wood, China OSINT Program Manager, BluePathLabs
What Has Been the Cost to Civilians of the 'Forever Wars’?
- Azmat Khan, 2017 ASU Future of War Fellow, New America, contributing writer, New York Times Magazine, Professor of Practice, Arizona State University
- Anand Gopal, PhD, International Security Program Fellow, New America, author of No Good Men Among the Living: America, the Taliban, and the War Through Afghan Eyes, Professor of Practice, Arizona State University
- Sarah Holewinski, Washington Director at Human Rights Watch; Fellow, International Security Program, New America; Professor of Practice, Arizona State University (moderator)