L’aide étrangère américaine doit-elle être liée aux droits de l’homme?

Vidéo: Récapitulatif de l’événement Résumé de l’événement Le débat Le jeudi 22 octobre 2015, le McCain Institute for International Leadership de l’Arizona State University a organisé le débat sur le thème «L’aide étrangère américaine doit-elle être liée aux droits de l’homme?» De nombreux pays qui reçoivent une aide humanitaire, de développement ou de sécurité des […]

Reporté: Série Débat et Décision 2020 | Le Moyen-Orient: la puissance et l’influence américaines peuvent-elles faire la différence?

En raison de la situation sanitaire actuelle autour du COVID-19, le débat sera reporté à une date ultérieure. HAUT-PARLEURS Kelly Magsamen Vice-président pour la sécurité nationale et la politique internationale, Center for American Progress. Katherine Zimmerman Resident Fellow and Critical Threats Project Adviser, American Enterprise Institute. MODÉRATEUR Nicholas Rasmussen Directeur principal des programmes de sécurité […]

Has The West Lost The Post-Cold War Era?

Event Summary Decision Notes On Wednesday, November 18, 2015, the McCain Institute and the Pacific Council for International Policy hosted the debate, “Has the West Lost the Post-Cold War Era?” A quarter century after the fall of the Berlin Wall and subsequent collapse of the Soviet Union, global security threats are growing, ISIS and other […]

Are College Campuses Eroding Free Speech?

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College campuses and university classrooms are where the marketplace of ideas and discovery learning happen, with freedom of speech and expression the bedrock of higher education. But increasingly a part of the equation is a potent contemporary mix of challenges and competing concerns: safety, diversity, perception, social media, and hyper-partisan politics. How the First Amendment […]

Nuclear North Korea: Is War The Way Ahead?

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Full Video On February 28, 2018, the McCain Institute for International Leadership at Arizona State University hosted the latest installment in its Debate and Decision Series, “Nuclear North Korea: Is War the Way Ahead?” The debate featured Ambassador Robert Gallucci, Ambassador Christopher Hill, Mary Beth Long, Michael Pillsbury and was moderated by Ambassador Kurt Volker. […]

Russia: Time To Contain?

Recap Video On October 3, 2017, the McCain Institute for International Leadership at Arizona State University hosted the next installment in its Debate and Decision Series, “Russia: Time to Contain?” The event also marked the launch of David J. Kramer’s new book, “Back to Containment: Dealing with Putin’s Regime.” Arguing that the United States Should […]

U.S.-China Policy: How Do We Get Tough?

On February 15, 2017, the McCain Institute hosted the debate “U.S.-China Policy: How Do We Get Tough?” at Arizona State University’s Beus Center for Law and Society in Phoenix. The debate centered on the U.S.-China relationship in terms of economics, human rights, and security and what the U.S. strategy toward China should be. Participants were: […]

After The U.S. Election: Time To Re-Engage Russia?

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Video: Event Recap Event Summary On Thursday, October 27, 2016, the McCain Institute for International Leadership at Arizona State University hosted the debate: “After the U.S. Election: Time to Re-Engage Russia?” Debaters included: Thomas Graham, Managing Director, Kissinger Associates; Paul Saunders, Executive Director, Center for the National Interest; David J. Kramer, Senior Director for Human […]

Is ISIS Winning?

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Video: Event Recap Event Summary On Thursday, September 15, 2016, the McCain Institute for International Leadership at Arizona State University hosted the debate: “Is ISIS Winning?” Debaters included Peter Bergen, Vice President, New America, and Professor, Arizona State University; Sebastian Gorka, Vice President and Professor of Strategy and Irregular Warfare, Institute of World Politics; The […]

How Can The United States Win The Information War?

Event Summary On Thursday, February 11, 2016, the McCain Institute for International Leadership at Arizona State University hosted the debate: “How Can the United States Win the Information War?” Debaters included Matt Armstrong, Member, Broadcasting Board of Governors; David Ensor, Former Director, Voice of America; Alberto Fernandez, Vice President, Middle East Media Research Institute; and […]

Is It Time For The United States To Pivot Back To Europe?

Video: Event Recap Event Summary THE DEBATE On Thursday, December 3, 2015, the McCain Institute for International Leadership at Arizona State University hosted the debate: “Is It Time for the United States to Pivot Back to Europe?” The debate centered on Europe’s role in U.S. foreign policy and whether the United States should engage more […]

Should The United States Be The World’s Policeman?

Event Summary Challenges to global security and U.S. interests around the world are mounting – from ISIS and the disintegrating Middle East to an aggressive and authoritarian Russia, to China’s expansionism in the Pacific. But is it the role of the United States to take on all of these global challenges? Should America be projecting […]