Truman Project and CNP to Host Expert Panel on President’s Proposed National Security Team
Panelists to Discuss What Brennan, Hagel, and Kerry Mean for Obama’s Second Term
Washington, D.C. – On Tuesday, January 29, 2013 at 10:30am ET, the newly-partnered Truman National Security Project and the Center for National Policy (CNP) will host a panel of experts to discuss President Obama’s proposed national security team: Chuck Hagel, John Brennan, and John Kerry. Speakers will include Doug Wilson, former Assistant Secretary of Defense, Prof. Charles Stevenson, Professorial Lecturer in American Foreign Policy at SAIS, and Karen DeYoung, Senior National Security Correspondent and Associate Editor of The Washington Post. CNP President Scott Bates will moderate.
This is the first joint event by the Truman Project and CNP, which partnered this month to create a preeminent national security organization which combines the political power, community building, and leadership development strengths of the Truman Project with the policy heft and heritage of the Center for National Policy.
Doug Wilson Truman Project Senior Advisor and Fmr. Assistant Secretary of Defense
Karen DeYoung Senior National Security Correspondent and Associate Editor of The Washington Post
Dr. Charles Stevenson SAIS Professorial Lecturer in American Foreign Policy
Scott Bates CNP President
January 29, 2013 at 10:30am ET
Truman Project & CNP – Capitol Hill Offices
1 Massachusetts Avenue NW, Suite 333
Washington DC 20001
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