Jun 11

Past Event

POSTPONED — The Future of U.S. Foreign Policy: An Address by Senator John McCain (R-Az)

This event has been postponed, and will be rescheduled for a later date.

Summary

With ongoing crises in Ukraine, Syria, and other regions of the world, U.S. global leadership is arguably as critical now as it has ever been. However, many question how the United States should exercise its leadership, what foreign policy agenda it should pursue, and how it should configure its military and security agencies going forward. In a recent speech at West Point, President Obama laid out his foreign policy agenda for the remainder of his presidency. While the Obama Administration will pursue the president’s agenda as laid out at West Point, others in Washington have different views on how best to manage U.S. foreign policy going forward.

On June 11, the Foreign Policy Program at Brookings will host Senator John McCain (R-AZ), former presidential candidate and member of the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, for an address on the future of U.S. foreign and security policy. The address will be introduced by Brookings Senior Fellow and Director of Research for Foreign Policy Michael O’Hanlon, and the discussion following the Senator’s address will be moderated by Senior Fellow Robert Kagan.

After the program, Senator McCain will take audience questions.

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Event Agenda

Details

June 11, 2014

8:15 AM - 9:15 AM EDT

Falk Auditorium

The Brookings Institution

1775 Massachusetts Ave., N.W.

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202.797.6105

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Foreign Policy