On November 15, The American Conservative hosted leading scholars, journalists and policy makers to discuss the future of American policy with a focus on realism, nationalism, and president-elect Donald Trump. Among the speakers were former Senator Jim Webb, and Congressman Thomas Massie.
Former U.S. Senator and Secretary of the Navy Jim Webb delivered a keynote address at the conference, “Foreign Policy in America’s Interest: Realism, Nationalism, and the Next President”, held at George Washington University in downtown Washington, DC. Rep. Thomas Massie (R-KY), a Congressional critic of unauthorized military interventions, also made remarks, while other political analysts and foreign-policy experts discussed what type of mandate Donald Trump will have as he takes office and how the new administration should handle relations with Russia. A final discussion with prominent historians and scholars reflected on what 2016 means for the country’s longstanding commitment to intervention and globalism.
You can watch the videos of the conference below.
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