CHANGING NATIONAL SECURITY PRIORITIES: 2013-2020
Free and open to all IU students, faculty, and staff. No
Thursday, Nov. 29 - Friday, Nov. 30, 2012
Indiana Memorial Union
Over the past decade, the United States government has heavily
concentrated on counterterrorism and has been preoccupied with wars in
Iraq and Afghanistan. Have other issues that
also affect America's
national security been neglected? Budget cuts will likely be made
in many U.S. government agencies and the military as a result of the
financial crisis the U.S. government faces. What are the other
national security issues,
including cyber threats, foreign energy, and raw materials dependence,
are most likely to need attention over the next eight years? Join
other IU students, faculty, and staff at the Changing
National Security Priorities conference in the Indiana Memorial Union.
The keynote speaker will be the Honorable Mary Beth Long, former U.S.
assistant secretary of defense for international affairs. Other
distinguished speakers from on an off campus will be contributing to the
For more information, including a full schedule, a list of speakers, and
program locations, on the Changing National Security Priorities
2013-2020 conference, click here.
The conference is sponsored by the School of Public and Environmental
Affairs, the new School of Global and International Studies, and the
Hutton Honors College.