Army Navy Club, Washington D.C.
I invite you to join me in Washington, DC on April 5 for Geopolitical Futures’ inaugural conference, The Next 4 Years: The Role of the United States in the World.
The number of guests at this intimate conference is strictly limited to 80 as to encourage an unrestricted flow of information and ideas—and to give you the opportunity to meet me, my analysts, and our panel of esteemed speakers.
The conference takes place roughly three-quarters of the way through President Trump’s first 100 days—traditionally one of a president’s best opportunities to execute his agenda.
In any case, it is already clear that he aims to reshape foreign policy to make it more beneficial to the US.
His policy initiatives are stirring up fears of political chaos in some quarters and euphoria in others. It is in this uncertain and hazy environment that you must make important political, personal, and business decisions.
The Next 4 Years: The Role of the United States in the World will hold a light up to this haze. It will push beyond the noise of soundbites to the realities that are propelling change and dictating the events of the coming years.
At this event, you will…
HEARa faculty of highly respected and renowned experts discuss the key geopolitical issues facing the United States.
CONNECTwith me, my analysts, our guest speakers, and fellow attendees with the same thirst for insight that goes beyond TV news and the gladiatorial arena of social media.
JOIN THE CONVERSATIONon where the next four years will lead us, geopolitically and economically.
I sincerely hope to meet you in Washington, DC on April 5.
Kamran Bokhari, Senior Fellow at Center for Global Policy