Webinar | Team Chi-den: No Worse Friend, No Better Enemy            



Team Chi-den:
No Worse Friend, No Better Enemy

What do the Intelligence Leaks Tell us about the State of U.S. Alliances and Our Enemies’ Calculations?

Thursday, April 13, 2023
1:00 -2:15 p.m. ET

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER In recent days, what are presented as some fifty leaked classified documents have become the subject of a global, strategic feeding-frenzy involving, among others, America’s friends and foes, alike. While the authenticity of at least a subset of these materials is in question, others are evidently actual reports on U.S. assessments and operations involving sensitive subjects around the world.

This CPDC webinar assesses both the damage being done by such unauthorized disclosures and what they say about the state of the U.S. relations with allied nations and America’s posture vis a vis a growing number of hostile ones.


Frank Gaffney, Founder and Executive Chairman, Center for Security Policy; Vice Chairman, Committee on the Present Danger: China


Col. John Mills, U.S. Army (Ret.), U.S. Army (Ret.), Former Special Operator specializing in Psychological Warfare; former senior official responsible for Cyber Policy in the Office of Secretary of Defense; author, The Nation Will Follow: Firsthand Experiences Fighting the Deep State and the Action Plan for the American CitizenTopic: “A Damage Assessment on the Latest Intelligence Leaks”
Brian Kennedy, Chairman, Committee on the Present Danger: China, former President, the Claremont Institute; President, American Strategy Group – Topic: “Is America ‘Back’? The Biden Foreign Policy Legacy to Date”
Dr. David Wurmser, PhDFormer Navy Intelligence Officer; former Middle East advisor to the Under Secretary of State, National Security Advisor and Vice President of the United States, Director Mideast Policy, Center for Security Policy Topic: Biden’s Tossed Matches in the Mideast Tinderbox”
Col. Grant Newsham, U.S. Marine Corps (Ret.), former Foreign Service Officer, corporate executive; Senior Fellow, Center for Security Policy, author When China Attacks: A Warning to AmericaTopic: “The Imperative Need for Robust Alliances as War Looms in the Pacific”
Dr. Bradley Thayer, PhD, Director for China Policy, Center for Security Policy; co-author, Understanding the China Threat and How China Sees the World: Han Centrism and the Balance of Power in International PoliticsTopic: “What We Must Do Now: Treat Friends Better than Enemies”  


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