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The Biden Administration's First 100 Days in Review
Please join us for a live public program featuring multiple speakers from inside and outside the Biden administration, including National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan, Deputy Secretary of Defense Kathleen Hicks, former Deputy Secretary of State Steve Biegun, former National Security Advisor and current Chairman of BlackRock Investment Institute Tom Donilon, and former U.S. Trade Representative and current Vice Chairman and President, Strategic Growth for Mastercard Mike Froman. Conversation will be facilitated by journalists, including The Wall Street Journal's Gerald Seib and The New York Times' Helene Cooper. Through keynote and panel conversations, our speakers will examine President Biden’s efforts to modernize the U.S. military for the conflicts of tomorrow, address its biggest foreign policy challenges including China and Russia, craft a foreign policy for the middle class, and much more.

Apr 30, 2021 09:30 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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