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.
Excellent course, provided me some valuable insight into important issues. I leave here better equipped as a leader.H. Hutchison, Air Force
Speakers bring a refreshing perspective on government/politics and social economics (U.S and foreign). Great Insight to happenings on the Hill, Pentagon and White House.J. Falbo, Navy
Truly outstanding insight/superior historical background and great stories born throughout scars of experience; I attended National War College and they are known for great speakers/first-hand experience - yours were better. Huge thanks; extremely well done!M. Weaver, Wright Patterson Airforce Base
This is the best and most informative array of speakers I have ever had the pleasure to hear!K. Buckley, Air Force
Absolutely enjoyed the program's overall structure. The moderator did a great job of weaving the different topicsD. Merker, Air Force