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From the economy and trade to politics and diplomacy, few have the clear understanding of world events that Sir John Major brings in explaining today’s most complex problems. With his trademark wit, warmth and wisdom, Major showcases his uncanny ability to foresee which emerging international issues will become tomorrow’s headline news. Major takes a hard look how technological advances have affected developing regions like South America and Africa and what this means to the economic, social and political stability of the rest of the world. Heavily involved in bringing peace to Northern Ireland, Major engages in a conversation on the world’s trouble spots and what nations must do to deter terrorism and maintain peace. Prime Minister during a time of unprecedented transformation, Major looks at the European Union and how international cooperation has affected the world in the current economic downturn.

Wise CEOs are watching China carefully, knowing that the China factor could determine the success or failure of their companies in the years ahead. The initial strategy of simply being there is no longer enough. Now, companies need a more nuanced strategy in order to penetrate secondary cities and market segments and to tap China’s vast potential for innovation. Tom Manning challenges the conventional approach, provokes awareness of new techniques, and suggests how every Board and executive team can take their game to the next level, deepening their plan for China and integrating it with their global strategy.

In the next decade and a half, Asia will surpass the combined strength of North America and Europe in economic might, population size and military spending.

From her front-row view of this colossal shift, first at the State Department and now as an advisor to American CEOs, Anja Manuel escorts the audience on an intimate tour of the corridors of power of Asia’s predominant powers—China and India—to reveal what makes each country “tick” and what Americans doing business there should know. Through vibrant stories that have been described as “both heartbreaking and funny,” she reveals how each country is working to surmount enormous challenges—from the crushing poverty of Indian slum dwellers and Chinese factory workers, to outrageous corruption scandals, rotting rivers and unbreathable air, to managing their citizens’ discontent, and how some of these challenges create opportunities for joint work with American companies.

Based on her book This Brave New World, Manuel shows us an optimistic path—American politicians, businesses and ordinary citizens can bring China and India along as partners rather than alienating one or both, and thus extend our own leadership in the world.

In this charged political environment, Anja Manuel is able to cut through the rhetoric to offer an informed analysis of how President Trump’s policies might affect the United States’ relationships with foreign allies and enemies alike. Drawing on years of experience working at the State Department and as an international business consultant with the esteemed firm of RiceHadleyGates, Manuel breaks down the sometimes inflammatory foreign policy and trade pronouncements into thoughtful and understandable realities. From the likely direction of U.S. trade policy, to relations China and India, to what the instability of the Middle East and Russia’s assertive policies might mean for the U.S. businesses in the near term, Manuel can draw on expertise in every region of the world to provide answers to today's issues. Anja’s rational and measured approach to the issues has established her as an informed resource for audiences around the world.

In this timely discussion, Denis McDonough offers keen insight and analysis of the current geopolitical landscape, with special attention on national security and the threats raised by the increasing role of cyber warfare. Addressing how Russia, China, and other global hot spots fit into a shifting foreign policy landscape, McDonough explores America’s role as the world enters a new era in diplomacy, and the implications for businesses operating around the globe.

Under Vladimir Putin, Russia’s government has exerted far more influence in global affairs than its economic or military might should allow. This newfound influence is due, in large part, to its inordinate use of state-sponsored cyber-attacks. As former U.S. Ambassador to the Russian Federation and Senior Director for Russia and Eurasian Affairs at the National Security Council, few experts can match Michael McFaul’s knowledge of Russia’s strategic objectives and its methods for achieving them.

In this talk, Ambassador McFaul explains what Putin had to gain by intervening in the 2016 presidential election and how he pulled it off. He then diagnoses the American reaction to this unprecedented meddling, both during the campaign and today, and prescribes ways we can enhance America’s cyber security and protect the integrity of future elections.

Since before he was elected, analysts and citizens alike have tried to discern Donald Trump’s worldview. Now that he’s in office, that task has fallen to other leaders around the globe. What does it mean for international engagement when the President’s foreign policy is “America first”? Both as a scholar and a former Ambassador who spent five years working with the Russian government at the highest levels, Michael McFaul provides a uniquely informed perspective on U.S. foreign policy, identifying recent successes and setbacks. He explains the historical origins of President Trump’s worldview and evaluates how his Administration’s foreign policy agenda is shaping relations with the Middle East, Asia, Europe, and Russia.

From the time of the 1917 Revolution, Russia has struggled to find its place in the world. Its relationship with the United States has gone from pariah to ally to enemy to competitor. Currently relations are at another historic low. What’s behind this, what do we want from Russia, and what is the way forward?

China, Japan, Korea, and the United States are the four pillars of Asian power. In this presentation, John McLaughlin explains how each is changing and competing with the others and how this will affect American interests going forward.

Admiral William H. McRaven captivates audiences with his exceptional leadership experiences, exploring today’s geopolitical environment and a look forward to America’s place in an ever-changing global community. His principles of leadership and risk management are applicable to any organization and he firmly believes in the necessity of preparation, order and discipline, knowing that they are naught without a distinct and meaningful purpose or goal. He shares impactful narratives, lessons and insights on authority amidst turmoil and instability, the force of teamwork and personal initiative, resilience in the face of opposition, and the unconditional importance of never giving up. He challenges his audience and encourages them to accept responsibility, be creative within the rules, take control of their circumstances, and maintain focus during times of conflict. Audience members are inspired to apply McRaven’s diligence, courage and risk management strategies to their own lives and put in place the tools that will help them not only succeed within their organization but also reach new levels of achievement. 

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