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America and the World: A Conversation with Former National Security Advisors

Aspen Institute

Video - Aspen Institute

America and the World: A Conversation with Former National Security Advisors

| Aug. 06, 2018

Former national security advisors Condoleezza Rice, Stephen Hadley, Susan Rice, and Thomas Donilon in conversation with Nicholas Burns, director of the Aspen Strategy Group and professor at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government.

Analysis & Opinions - The Washington Post

Obama Is On the Right Course With His Reorientation Toward Asia

| April 20, 2014

Questions have arisen in recent months about the sustainability of the United States’ rebalance toward Asia. The costly cancellation of President Obama’s trip to the regionduring the U.S. government shutdown last fall fueled that skepticism, which has only grown as urgent foreign policy challenges have required U.S. leadership in the Middle East and Europe.

News - Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard Kennedy School

Former National Security Advisor Tom Donilon to Assess U.S.-Asia Rebalance for Belfer Center

| December 10, 2013

Former National Security Advisor Tom Donilon, recently named senior fellow with the Belfer Center, will lead a study with Harvard faculty and fellows to analyze the policy implications and opportunities arising from the U.S.-Asia rebalance and will write a report for the Center that assesses the rebalance.

Report - National Security Advisory Group

The U.S. Military: Under Strain and at Risk

| Jan. 25, 2006

The National Security Advisory Group sounds a warning, raising awareness about the state of our ground forces today and the very real risk that poses to our future security. The group also proposes an action plan for restoring the health and vitality of the U.S. military.

Report - National Security Advisory Group

Worst Weapons in Worst Hands: U.S. Inaction on the Nuclear Terror Threat Since 9/11, and a Path of Action

| July 20, 2005

The gravest threat facing Americans today is a terrorist detonating a nuclear bomb in one of our cities. The National Security Advisory Group (NSAG) judges that the Bush administration is taking insufficient actions to counter this threat.