Thus far, the transatlantic partners have no comparable strategy to counter these challenges. The Scowcroft Group includes the following people, according to their company web page: by While studying abroad in Vienna, Austria, Chris conducted research at the International Atomic Energy Agency and remains interested in issues of nuclear safety and security.
In her free time, she enjoys cycling, playing tennis, traveling and trying all of of the wonderful brunch spots in D.C. Former Scowcroft Group intern, Representative Stephanie Murphy, delivered remarks remembering Brent Scowcroft before the US House of Representatives on September 24. Taking stock: Where are geopolitics headed in the COVID-19 era? Bush and Gerald Ford.. Scowcroft Fellows have the unique opportunity to experience first-hand how today’s preeminent politicians, leaders, and thinkers set aside differences and exchange ideas and insights for open and cooperative dialogue. Ariel Fanger joins the Aspen Strategy Group upon her graduation from Emory University.
She became a Scowcroft Fellow following a national security internship with Senator Doug Jones (D-AL) where she was a member of the Senator’s Senate Armed Services Committee team.
She earned her MSc in International Relations Theory at the London School of Economics, where she studied diplomacy, security, and governance. Kaitlyn Henderson is a Senior Research Advisor with Oxfam America’s US Domestic Policy Program. Prior to joining ASG, he worked with Professor Philip Zelikow at the University of Virginia to design and administer The Modern World: Global History since 1760, the first Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) offered by UVa on the Coursera platform. To culminate her studies, she produced a comprehensive honors thesis on the case of food security as a tool for sociopolitical control under the Chinese Communist Party. In 1994, General Scowcroft founded The Scowcroft Group, an international advisory firm, in which he was active until recently. ©2020 The Aspen Institute. Emily earned her Master of Science in International Relations from the London School of Economics and Political Science, where her studies focused on diplomacy, foreign policy analysis and international political theory. The Initiative convenes a diverse network of passionate and knowledgeable contributors, bridging the gap among technical, policy, and user communities.
Brent Scowcroft Award Fellowship.
Megan intends to use her academic and professional experience to formulate and support U.S. foreign policy relating to the Middle East. by
She has spent time abroad studying at Sciences-Politiques in Dijon, France and at Uniwersytet Jagielloński in Krakow, Poland and has traveled extensively throughout Europe.
During her undergraduate career, she studied at the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile and completed her senior thesis on the economic justice principles of liberation theology. Following the fellowship, he joined the Aspen Institute Congressional Program, where he supported weekly scholar breakfasts and several annual international conferences for Members of Congress. In 2013, she interned in the UK Parliament in the office of the Deputy Leader of the House of Commons at the time, Tom Brake MP.
John T. Watts, Christian Trotti, and Mark J. Massa. This paper is a preliminary look at the geopolitical implications of the COVID-19 pandemic and sketches three scenarios for the possible direction of the global system post-COVID-19.
Brandon received a Bachelor of Arts in Government, with a minor in History, from the University of Virginia in 2012. The Foresight, Strategy, and Risks Initiative (FSR) advances the Atlantic Council’s mission to support renewed, constructive, and resourceful US leadership. The New American Engagement Initiative challenges prevailing assumptions governing U.S. foreign policy, particularly those involving the military and the use of force, and offers real-world solutions to urgent problems that deploy the full range of American diplomatic, economic, and other capabilities.
On October 21, IScann Group released a white paper titled “Manipulated: The Challenge of Disinformation Campaigns in the Age of Synthetic Media,” written by Forward Defense non-resident senior fellow Tate Nurkin.
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Our work in this area addresses the full range of security threats and challenges including the danger of interstate warfare, the role of terrorist groups and other nonstate actors, and the underlying security threats facing countries in the region.
The series is overseen by the Atlantic Council’s Scowcroft Center for Strategy and Security and works in conjunction with other Atlantic Council Centers to create regional strategy task forces focusing on East Asia, Latin America, Europe, Africa, and Iran. A new transatlantic approach is needed. Announce Strategic Alliance to Source Deals in Security Sector, CFR Meeting Announcement "Making the World Safe for Nuclear Energy", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=The_Scowcroft_Group&oldid=870420942. Tobias Brandt joins the Aspen Strategy Group after recently completing a Master’s Degree in Statecraft and International Affairs at the Institute of World Politics (IWP) in Washington, D.C., where he graduated as Salutatorian of the class of 2019. Dr. Henderson received her BA from Macalester College. He later interned in the Foreign Policy Communications Department at the Brookings Institution. In 2015, the Scowcroft Group and McLarty Associates established a formal collaboration to serve clients who could profit from the combination of individual expertise residing at each firm. As a part of the PCR seminar, she traveled to Cyprus, Greece, and Turkey and completed a research paper on the role of religious leaders and religious rhetoric in the Cyprus conflict. Emily graduated Summa Cum Laude from Florida State University with her Bachelor of Arts in International Affairs and a minor in Economics.
in International Relations and Italian Studies.
in Economics and Theology. from Occidental College in Los Angeles in May 2016, where she studied diplomacy and world affairs, with a minor in Chinese Studies. Through the futures we forecast, the scenarios we wargame, and the analyses we produce, FD develops actionable strategies and policies for deterrence and defense, while shaping US and allied operational concepts and the role of defense industry in addressing the most significant military challenges at the heart of great-power competition. For BuzzFeed, Peter wrote foreign policy journalism as a pioneering member of BuzzFeed’s ‘World’ vertical, concerning issues of digital media, identity, and current events. Background: The […]
She is also an avid student of foreign affairs and political economy, spurred in part by her desire to better understand the broader Eurasian region and its role in the world.
Carolina Ponzeto joined the Aspen Strategy Group in June 2016 and is looking forward to be a part of the annual Summer Workshop. In the future, she hopes to learn several additional foreign languages and pursue an advanced degree to research the impact of climate change on national security.
On October 25, Matthew Kroenig was quoted in an SVT Nyheter article titled “The expert: This is how Swedish security policy will be affected by the future president of the United States.” Kroenig explained the differences between the potential Trump and Biden administration transatlantic policies that would begin in 2021.
As an undergraduate, she earned honors in the major by completing a thesis project that explored the relationship between human rights NGOs and the UN.
She has also studied Russian. We are proud to introduce to you The Strategist: a newsletter to catch you up on highlights from the Scowcroft Center for Strategy and Security.
Asia Security Initiative. Adriana Ray is a graduate student at Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service in the Security Studies Program where she is studying international security with an emphasis on East Asia. He came to the Aspen Institute from the Chicago Council on Global Affairs, where he interned in the Studies Department.
This work extends through the competition of state and non-state actors, the security of the internet and computing systems, the safety of operational technology and physical systems, and the communities of cyberspace.
Research Internship: Climate, Security & Middle East (Spring 2020) The Center for the National Interest is seeking energetic undergraduate and graduate students (though non-students may also apply) interested in international affairs to apply to be Research Interns. Peter is a graduate of Middlebury College, where he earned his B.A. Brandon Kist joined the Aspen Strategy Group as a Brent Scowcroft Award Fellow in May 2014. In recognition of ASG Founding Co-Chairman Lieutenant General Brent Scowcroft’s continued dedication to the Aspen Strategy Group and his legacy of distinguished public service, the Aspen Strategy Group launched the Brent Scowcroft Award Fellowship program in 2003. This year has witnessed its fair share of unnerving cyber incidents from a range of spooky characters. Cyber Statecraft Initiative experts go CSI5x5 to discuss spine-chilling cyber incidents this Halloween.
Elections 2020 Throughout his graduate studies, Tobias specialized in U.S. foreign policy towards the Middle East, terrorism, and the transatlantic relationship.
During her undergraduate career, she spent a semester in an intensive Spanish-language program abroad in Salamanca, Spain.