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The Aspen Security Forum, an annual three-day conference in Aspen, CO presented by the Aspen Strategy Group, has provided a non-partisan public venue for global leaders to discuss the key national security issues of the day for the past ten years. 

We are continuing our vital discussions online throughout the year. Join us as we explore the most pressing foreign policy and national security issues of the day facing the United States and its allies.

 
 

Upcoming Events

The View from Berlin:
A Conversation with Germany's Minister of Health

Germany’s response to the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic propelled Berlin into a global leadership role, with many nations emulating its testing and transparent messaging strategies. But after a string of early domestic and international successes—including the re-opening of businesses and schools and Berlin’s key negotiating role in the EU’s historic relief agreement—Germany has gone back into lockdown amidst a second wave of rising infection caseloads. As the second wave of the coronavirus rolls over Europe, Jens Spahn, Minister of Health of Germany, joins the Aspen Security Forum to discuss key questions about the pandemic and German policy.

November 24, 2020
12:00 - 1:00 PM ET
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The coronavirus pandemic and the global economic crisis are perhaps the greatest challenges to the U.S. since the Second World War.

Nicholas Burns, Executive Director, the Aspen Strategy Group

 

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The Aspen Security Forum hosts discussions with key current and former government officials, leading experts, and business visionaries throughout the year. View our latest conversations below.

 

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