Announcing the Grand Strategy Summit
Fifty years have passed since President Nixon’s historic trip to China and the great power competition between the United States, Russia and China has returned. This time, Moscow and Beijing are banded together in an alliance that President Nixon’s strategic diplomacy prevented fifty years ago.
While foreign policy discussions and forums abound, particularly in Washington, DC, none is solely dedicated to exploring, discussing and coalescing behind a long-term strategic direction —what President Nixon might call “the long view” — a consistent approach to foreign policy that could last years into the future.
The Grand Strategy Summit will gather top government officials and leaders from diplomatic, economic, defense and media sectors to chart a path forward for the United States to “meet its responsibilities of leadership,” tackle the tumultuous geopolitical challenges of our time and develop innovative strategies that promote America’s national interest in the 21st century.
Grand Strategy Summit:
American Leadership in the 21st Century
November 10-11, 2022
1150 22nd St NW, Washington, D.C., 20037