The US is facing several complex national security threats, emanating from China, Russia, Iran, the Middle East, as well as the continued threat of terrorism, proliferation, cyber, pandemics, and climate change. These security challenges have continued to dominate America’s foreign policy and national security agenda throughout the 21st century and continue to shape the US global role.
Stephen Hadley, Assistant to the US President for National Security Affairs (2005–2009) will join Sir Nigel Sheinwald, Chair of Chatham House, to discuss the legacy and ramifications of the Bush administration’s foreign policy.
What are the critical security threats dominating America’s national security and foreign policy agenda today? How has the foreign policy of the Bush administration and its legacy impacted the Obama, Trump and Biden administrations’ response to navigating these complex security challenges?