Global Security Forum 2019
Power and Leadership: Projection vs. Protection
The Global Security Forum is New England’s premier regional security forum, bringing the world’s top security experts, speakers, and leaders to Connecticut to address the most critical global security issues.
Join the World Affairs Council of CT and the Charter Oak Chapter of the Military Officers Association in conjunction with the McCain Institute for International Leadership and World Affairs Councils across the region for an all-day seminar featuring experts from top military and civilian institutions. This event is not to be missed.
Ambassador Roya Rahmani, Ambassador of Afghanistan to the U.S.
Ambassador Fareed Yaseen, Ambassador of Iraq to the U.S.
David Sanger, National Security Correspondent, New York Times
Arthur House, Chief Cybersecurity Risk Officer, State of Connecticut
Lieutenant General Michael R. Moeller, U.S. Air Force (Ret.)
Ambassador Bonnie Jenkins, Brookings Institute, U.S. Dept. of State (2009-17)
Ambassador Christopher Hill, Amb. to Iraq, South Korea, Poland, Macedonia (2000-10)
Farah Pandith, Harvard Kennedy School, Future of Diplomacy Project
Brian Turner, Federal Bureau of Investigation
Luke Knittig, McCain Institute for International Leadership
With additional speakers to be announced
Shifting Extremist Threats
Middle East: Regional Security and Resiliency
Power and Leadership
Lunch will be served. Free parking on site.
Forum will be held in the Goodwin College Main Campus Auditorium.
Set your GPS to: 211 Riverside Drive, East Hartford, CT
8:30 am Registration
8:50 am Welcome and Opening Remarks
12:00 pm Lunch is Served
3:30 pm Forum Concludes
Contact Amanda Jolly, Vice President of Programs, World Affairs Council, with any questions at: (860) 724-2953 or email@example.com