The Aspen Strategy Group recently released Domestic and International (Dis)Order: A Strategic Response, the latest edition of the Aspen Strategy Group’s series of annual publications that address the most pressing foreign policy challenges facing the United States.
This volume reflects the discussions that occurred during the 2020 Aspen Strategy Group Summer Workshop, a resolutely nonpartisan meeting of experts from the fields of government, academia, journalism, and business.
Unlike previous editions, Domestic and International Disorder does not center on one overarching topic, but instead addresses a select set of subjects at this critical time for the United States: race, democracy, and political divisions on the American home front; the future of U.S.-China relations; the global economy; and U.S. foreign policy priorities for 2021.
Panelists for the virtual book launch event included: Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Zoë Baird, Nicholas Burns, Ertharin Cousin, Diana Farrell, Naima Green-Riley, Jane Harman, Anja Manuel, Joseph Nye, Tom Pritzker, Torrey Taussig, and Philip Zelikow.
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