The FP – Quincy Institute Forum will bring together the foremost leaders and thinkers from across the American foreign policy, defense and security communities to explore rising calls for military restraint and a shift in the paradigm for U.S. global leadership and peacebuilding.
Volatility in the Middle East and tensions between the U.S. and Iran have reached a new high, while public frustration with U.S. military involvements and transpartisan calls for restraint suggest a historic opening for a new mode of American foreign policy.
To address these timely and vital concerns, Foreign Policy and the Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft will cohost a leadership forum on the future of U.S. foreign policy and national security. Key topics will include: Ending endless wars in the Middle East, the impact of the Sino-American antagonism, democratizing foreign policy, and international cooperation in an era of American restraint.
Join us as we explore these pivotal issues and challenge senior leaders on both sides of the debate to frame a new vision for America’s role in the world.
See Foreign Policy’s website for more information and to register.
Attendance is free of charge and per invitation only, pre-registration is required.