Trump’s actions in recent weeks have raised questions about America’s place in the world—particularly its global leadership position. The United States’ relations with key democratic allies are strained while it embraces brutal dictators in North Korea and the Philippines, and it is embarking on a trade war with China, Europe, and others.
The July OCYD Membership meeting will feature a moderated panel discussion on U.S. foreign policy and national security. Specifically, the panel will seek to characterize U.S. foreign policy under President Trump and assess its impact on U.S. national security. Through the overarching frame of the Administration’s policy and national security, we will seek to discuss critical issues including North Korea, China, Iran, Russia, trade, and more.
Participants: Raisa Sheynberg, former U.S. Department of the Treasury and White House National Security Council staff, Alex Kahan, former White House and State Department staff and John Ford, attorney and national security commentator.