02 December 2022
The 2022 Aspen Security Forum: D.C. Edition
By: Aspen Security Forum

Thursday, 9 December, 15.00h (CET)

The InterContinental Hotel – The Wharf

Building on the success of last year’s Forum in the capital, this one-day event will feature an array of decision-makers and thought leaders from Washington, D.C. and around the world. Domestic and foreign cabinet members, government officials, business executives, leading academics, and noted journalists will convene to discuss solutions to the most pressing national security and foreign policy challenges of our time.

The Aspen Security Forum (ASF) is the premier national security and foreign policy conference in the United States. Presented by the Aspen Strategy Group, ASF has provided a nonpartisan public venue for domestic and global leaders to discuss the key national security and foreign policy issues of the day for the past 14 years.

The Forum features the highest caliber of speakers, including domestic and international government officials, business executives, leading academics, and noted journalists. Open to a carefully selected cohort of journalists and media outlets, the Aspen Security Forum is known for its far-reaching press coverage domestically and around the world. This edition will feature Arati Prabhakar, Director of the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy ; David Turk, 21st U.S. Deputy Secretary of Energy; Susan Glasser, Staff Writer and Columnist, The New Yorker; Tobias Lindner, Minister of State, Federal Foreign Office, Germany; Kathleen Hick, 35th U.S. Deputy Secretary of Defens; and Enrique Mora, Deputy Secretary General, European External Action Service, European Union.

Convening annually each summer in Aspen, Colorado and each winter in Washington D.C., the Forum is attended by hundreds of high-level audience members, including U.S. and foreign government officials, military leaders, scholars, business executives, media, and young professionals.

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