This event is a fantastic opportunity to network with government affairs professionals in all sectors of the industry, at all stages of their careers! Join us in the beautiful space at Mission in Navy Yard at 5:30pm on November 15 to support this wonderful cause and Inclusively Connect DC.
Join us for an evening lecture with Ian W. Toll, award-winning author and military historian, who will share lessons learned from naval operations in the Pacific during World War II. Toll, author of The Pacific Trilogy, will share his expertise in his address: “Seapower Reconsidered: The Naval War in the Pacific.” This event will be followed by remarks and a special presentation from ADM John Richardson, USN, Chief of Naval Operations, to the winners of the 2018 Chief of Naval Operations Naval History Essay Contest and a reception.
NBR invites you to join us for a discussion on the growing cooperation between China and Russia and the emergence of an authoritarian axis in multiple domains. Speakers will assess the challenges that China-Russia cooperation poses to the United States and its partners and provide a thorough assessment of policy options available to the United States to strengthen its position and defend its interests. Please note the time change: this event starts at 9:00, not 9:30.
The Hill in collaboration with the Bipartisan Policy Center will convene policymakers, business leaders and advocacy groups to examine the issues that are motivating greater climate collaboration and consider the substance and politics behind these initiatives.
How has increased interest in space impacted U.S. Government policy and the commercial space industry? What are the major differences between the First and Second Space Ages, and how will these differences impact the future of space? The Government Affairs Industry Network (GAIN) is pleased to invite you to our upcoming panel on the Evolution of the Second Space Age to address these questions and other topics surrounding the evolution of the Second Space Age.