Tuesday, April, 23, 2024

Deterring America’s Rivals and Enemies, ASU in DC


Deterring America’s Rivals and Enemies

Deterring America’s Rivals and Enemies

Event description
FreeOpen to the public
The Leadership, Democracy and National Security Lab is proud to present Peter Bergen, Author, documentary producer, podcast host, professor of practice at Arizona State University, vice president at New America, and CNN’s national security analyst.

Topic: The world’s leading superpower has sometimes stumbled when it comes to deterring its rivals and enemies, from unenforced redlines in Syria to misreading the capabilities and intentions of al-Qaeda before 9/11. Today, the US must attempt to prevent Iran from widening the regional conflict in the Middle East, China from invading Taiwan, and Russia from winning the war in Ukraine. So, how has the US fared in exercising its deterrence capabilities over the past several years, and how might it continue to do so in the future?

This event is offered in-person or virtually:

In person at the ASU Washington Center (11:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m. ET)
Virtually (9:00-10:00 a.m. AZ MST)

Tuesday, April 23, 2024
11:30 am – 1:00 pm Deterring America’s Rivals and Enemies