One hundred days into the Biden Presidency, are you wondering, "Is it time to remove the Canadian flags from our travel backpacks?" If so, join us as we mark 100 days of the Biden administration with our discussion of the US’s status as representative and promoter of “capital D” Democracy. How has US standing in the world changed over the past 4 years and how might it look in the future? What has been the effect of the right-wing extremism being exported from the US?
Andrew Winner, a professor of strategic studies in the Strategic and Operational Research Department at the Naval War College, will lead our discussion of these questions.
- Renewing America’s Advantages: Interim National Security Strategic Guidance, March 2021
- Freedom in the World 2021: Democracy Under Siege
- The Day after Trump: American Strategy for a New International Order
- The End of History?
About Andrew Winner:
Andrew C. Winner is a professor of strategic studies in the Strategic and Operational Research Department at the Naval War College in Newport, Rhode Island. He was department chair from 2013-2019. He is also an adjunct professor at Johns Hopkins University SAIS Europe. At the Naval War College, he is director of the Indian Ocean Studies Group. Prior to his time at the Naval War College, he was at the Institute for Foreign Policy Analysis in Cambridge, MA, working on Department of Defense issues ranging from Nordic/Baltic security to nuclear deterrence and counterproliferation. Prior to joining the Institute, he held positions at the U.S. Department of State where he worked on nonproliferation, Persian Gulf security, NATO enlargement, arms control in Europe, arms transfer policy, and security assistance. He also worked in the Office of the Secretary of Defense on European security including on the U.S. delegation to the Conventional Forces in Europe Treaty negotiations. He is co-editor of The Indian Ocean and US Grand Strategy: Ensuring Access and Promoting Security, Georgetown University Press, 2014. He is also the co-author of Indian Naval Strategy in the 21st Century, Routledge, 2009. He holds a Ph.D. from the University of Maryland, an M.A. from the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies (Bologna Center/DC), and an A.B. from Hamilton College.
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