U.S. Role in the World | Global Security Forum 2023

September 22, 2023Where will American leadership be most needed in the 21st century? How will the U.S. navigate this shifting security landscape? How will emerging technologies impact the way we think about our national security – and is the U.S. prepared for that future? Two retired generals discuss the role of the U.S. in securing our global future.

This conversation was part of the World Affairs Council of Connecticut’s Global Security Forum 2023: Tipping Points & Trip Wires. Learn more at https://www.gsf2023.com/

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GEN. Ellen Pawlikowski,

U.S. Air Force, Ret.; Former Commander. U.S. Air Force Materiel Command; Fmr. Commander of the Space & Missile Systems Center

LtGen Michael Moeller,

U.S. Air Force, Ret.; VP for Defense Strategy & Analysis, Pratt & Whitney Military Engines; Former U.S. Air Force Deputy Chief of Staff for Strategic Plans and Programs