National Security in the 21st Century: Issues the Next President Must Addre...
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Join the World Affairs Council of Kentucky and Southern Indiana on Tuesday, July 26 as Rob Givens (President, RPG Consulting) and Craig Kafura (Researcher, Chicago Council on Global Affairs) discuss the most dire national security issues facing our next president — whether Republican or Democrat. Complemented by the Chicago Council on Global Affairs' "Survey of American Public Opinion and U.S. Foreign Policy," this event will expose how the American public feels about the U.S.'s ever-changing role in the world and will draw attention to some of the most challenging threats to our national security interests.
About the survey:
"The results of the 2015 Chicago Council Survey (PDF) demonstrate that the American public remains committed to engagement in the world—as it has been for the more than 40 years the Council has conducted its surveys. But on specific policies, public opinion often divides along party lines. At a fundamental level, these divergent views reflect differing interpretations of how the United States can most effectively advance its interests—whether through military or other means—in an increasingly volatile world..." (Source: and/or to read more about the survey: click here.)