Tag Archives: Foreign Policy

3. Predicting 2035 with John Hudson and Amy Zalman

In the third episode of our Global Risks 2035 series, host Alex Ward speaks to John Hudson, a senior reporter at Foreign Policy magazine, and Amy Zalman, former president and CEO of the World Future Society. They discuss how the future will change depending on America’s actions, and how certain events will occur and shape the global context no matter what America does.

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Reflections of Former Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel

The Atlantic Council recently held a special event, “Reflections of a Former Secretary of Defense,” a conversation with the 24th Secretary of Defense and former US Senator from Nebraska, Chuck Hagel. Listen as he discusses his unparalleled experience across branches of government, in academia, and in the private sector. He spoke to a packed audience at the Atlantic Council headquarters on January 13, 2016.

America’s Role in the World: Senator Lindsey Graham

What role would the United States’ play in the international community if Senator Lindsey Graham was president? Senator Graham speaks about his foreign policy strategy with CNN’s Jake Tapper as part of the Brent Scowcroft Center’s “America’s Role in the World” series.