In FY 2017-18, Alan L. Freed Associates is offering a menu of one-day field programs that can be presented at military installations around the United States. The format for each field program is identical to the programs held on Capitol Hill (featuring five presentations a day). Please note that each program can be modified to address specific areas of concern to individual agencies/organizations.
The world has shrunk and become more interdependent. As a result, many issues transcend national boundaries and cannot be easily subsumed under traditional geo-political categories. This seminar will address great power rivalries and the regional conflicts that are shaped by social, political, economic, and even planetary forces. This program will bring together established experts and commentators, as well as key players in the national and international arenas, to evaluate current crises and policies within the context of on-going and emerging transnational trends.
- The New Emerging Threats: A Global Assessment
- Civil Conflict, Economic Collapse, and Mega-Migrations
- Globalization and Its Discontents: A Crisis in Liberal Democracy
- The Rise of 21st Century Socialism: Implications for U.S. National Security
- Terror and Transnational Crime: A Global Overview
- Transnational Cyber Issues: The New National Security Frontier
- Shanghai, Mumbai, Dubai, or Good-bye: The Emerging Market Transformations
- American Exceptionalism and the Dilemma of Global Leadership
The fee for this one-day seminar is $24,580. Please call 703-684-8807 to obtain further information about a field program at your facility.
Format is terrific! Lots of speakers from across government enterprise and no power points. Plenty of time for engaging dialogue. I love to hear what experts and insiders have to say about out WDC enterprise.J. Haywood, Wright Patterson Air Force Base
Exceptional breadth and depth of topics. Wonderful speakers and thought-provoking stories and perspectives. Really well done!! Thank YouD.D., Air Force • Enterprise Perspective Seminar October 2016
I consider myself well-read, but this seminar opened many areas that will require additional study, consideration, and preparation. Well done!T.H., Air Force • National and International Secuirty Leadership Seminar February 2017
The exposure to these experts and their wide and varied opinions was fascinating for me. Making sense of the world we live in and overlaying that with U.S. national security interests is the “Kobayashi Maru” of our time…loved it!!!T.K., Air Force • National and International Secuirty Leadership Seminar March 2017
Very good insights. I appreciate the world-class experts you assemble.P.G., Air Force • Transnational Issues Seminar April 2017