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In case you missed it – or if you want to watch again! Catch up on recent NWCF events, including our popular Newport Lecture Series featuring presentations from the esteemed faculty and staff of the U.S. Naval War College as well as leading national security experts.

“Russia and the Arctic” with usnwc  professor WALTER BERBRICK

In this special talk on June 30, 2022, for participants in our planned giving program, U.S. Naval War College Associate Professor Walter Berbrick gives an overview of the need for deterrence strategies in the Arctic as Russia strengthens ties with an increasingly fuel and fish-dependent China. 

Newport Lecture Series with usnwc  professor James R. fitzsimonds

In the final presentation of our 2021-2022 Newport Lecture Series, U.S. Naval War College Professor James FitzSimonds  provides an insightful overview of the work of the faculty-led Halsey Alpha Advanced Research Program. The research group explores East Asia conflict scenarios to produce recommendations for the U.S. Navy’s most senior ranking decision makers and theater operational forces. FitzSimonds has directed the research group since 2003.

Newport Lecture Series with usnwc  professor James R. fitzsimonds

In the final presentation of our 2021-2022 Newport Lecture Series, U.S. Naval War College Professor James FitzSimonds  provides an insightful overview of the work of the faculty-led Halsey Alpha Advanced Research Program. The research group explores East Asia conflict scenarios to produce recommendations for the U.S. Navy’s most senior ranking decision makers and theater operational forces. FitzSimonds has directed the research group since 2003.

Special Newport Lecture Series with usnwc associate professor lindsay p. cohn

In an increasingly polarized society, how exactly does a military officer stay neutral at work? And when confronting bigotry or vaccine skepticism or other hot-button issues in their own units, should they? U.S. Naval War College Associate Professor of National Security Lindsay P. Cohn, Ph.D., discusses the challenges of political polarization in “Military Professionalism under Political Polarization” for the Newport Lecture Series. This virtual presentation was recorded on April 20, 2022.

Special Newport Lecture Series with Business executives for national security

“China and the Great Power Competition”on April 6, 2022, featured Dr. Anthony Vinci, vice chairman, Business Executives for National Security (BENS); Daniel E. Holland III, vice chairman & treasurer, Naval War College Foundation; and Professor Andrew “Dex” Wilson, Strategy & Policy Department, U.S. Naval War College.

Newport Lecture Series with Dr. david r. stone 

The Naval War College Foundation hosted a special lecture by David R. Stone, Ph.D., the William E. Odom Professor of Russian Studies at the U.S. Naval War College, on March 31, 2022.

Newport Lecture Series Highlights U.S. Naval War College Museum Wolrd War I exhibit

U.S. Naval War College Museum Curator Rob Doane and Collections Manager Maria Vazquez discuss artifacts and documents on exhibit in “To Win or Lose All: The American Men and Women Who Served in WWI.” This lecture was recorded March 23, 2022.

Newport Lecture Series with Dr. Yvonne masakowski

Yvonne R. Masakowski, Ph.D., a psychologist and retired associate professor in the College of Leadership & Ethics at the USNWC, discusses the threat of psychological warfare and what[ could shape how we think and act in the future. The Naval War College Foundation hosted this wide-ranging presentation — one of the most popular in our series — on February 23, 2022.

Newport Lecture Series with Dr. hank brightman

The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on humanitarian assistance and disaster relief  is the topic of this January 19, 2022, Newport Lecture Series presentation by U.S. Naval War College Professor Hank Brightman. He is the director of the Civilian-Military Humanitarian Response Program within the College of Maritime Operational Warfare.

Newport Lecture Series with Dr. Stephen Knott

The Naval War College Foundation hosted its fourth lecture of the 2021-2022 AY Newport Lecture Series on December 15, 2021, featuring USNWC Professor Dr. Stephen Knott who presented on “Intelligence Operations and the American Presidency.”

Newport Lecture Series with Dr. David Cooper

The Naval War College Foundation hosted its Newport Lecture Series on November 17, 2021, featuring USNWC Professor David Cooper who discussed his book Arms Control For the Third Nuclear Age: Between Disarmament and Armageddon.

Newport Lecture Series with Dr. Nikolas Gvosdev

The Naval War College Foundation hosted its Newport Lecture Series on October 20, 2021, featuring USNWC Professor Nikolas Gvosdev who presented on the topic of “U.S. – Russia Relations: Can We Compete Without Confrontation?”

Newport Lecture Series with The Honorable Bing West

The Naval War College Foundation hosted its Newport Lecture Series on September 22, 2021, featuring the Honorable Bing West who spoke about “How the Tragedy in Afghanistan Unfolded Over 20 Years.”

2021 Newport Summer Symposium: AI and Its Impact on Defense

Watch this distinguished lineup of guest speakers as they discuss the digital battlefield and how we need to harness AI to strengthen our national security: Jennifer Ewbank, Deputy Director of CIA for Digital Innovation; Raj Shah, Managing Partner, Shield Capital; Brig Gen Balan Ayyar, USAF (Ret.), Founder and CEO, percipient.ai; Chris Lynch, CEO, Rebellion Defense

2021 San Francisco Symposium: AI and Digital Modernization for future leaders

Our annual San Francisco Symposium featured presentations by the Co-Chair of the National Security Commission on AI and former Deputy Secretary of Defense, the Honorable Bob Work, and U.S. Naval War College Professors Chris Demchak, PhD, and CAPT Mike O’Hara, USN, PhD.

Newport Lecture Series with Dr. Timothy Hoyt

The Naval War College Foundation hosted its Newport Lecture Series on Wednesday, April 21, 2021 with U.S. Naval War College Professor Tim Hoyt, who presented on the topic of “Thinking About Great Power Competition.”

Newport Lecture Series with James Kraska

The Naval War College Foundation hosted its Newport Lecture Series on Wednesday, March 31, 2021 with U.S. Naval War College Professor James Kraska, who presented on the topic of “Disruptive Technologies and International Law.”

Newport Lecture Series with Dr. James Holmes

The Naval War College Foundation hosted its Newport Lecture Series on Wednesday, February 24, 2021, featuring U.S. Naval War College Professor James Holmes, PhD. Dr. Holmes presented on the topic of “What Can the U.S. Military Learn from the Great Pacific War.”

Newport Lecture Series with Dr. Isaac Kardon

The Naval War College Foundation hosted its Newport Lecture Series on Wednesday, January 20, 2021, featuring U.S. Naval War College Professor Isaac Kardon, who presented on the topic of “Pier Competitor: China’s Overseas Port Expansion.”

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