Past Event

The First 100 Days

Toward a More Sustainable and Values-Based National Security Approach

Center for American Progress
3:00 - 4:30 PM EDT

The Center for American Progress invites you to join us for an exclusive briefing on our 2020 flagship report, “The First 100 Days: Toward a More Sustainable and Values-Based National Security Approach.” This report is the culmination of a monthslong effort that began with CAP’s national security conference in January. The result is an off-the-shelf plan featuring nearly 250 recommendations for early policy signals, executive actions, and legislative proposals that a willing administration and the 117th Congress could adapt, adopt, or advance within the first 100 days. This ambitious plan provides a blueprint that the next administration and Congress can use to rebuild America’s national security institutions, reset critical international relationships, live our democratic values, and restore American leadership around the world.

Please join the Center for American Progress for the exclusive release of “The First 100 Days: Toward a More Sustainable and Values-Based National Security Approach.

John Podesta, Founder and Member of the Board of Directors, Center for American Progress
Katrina Mulligan, Managing Director for National Security and International Policy, Center for American Progress

Briefing by CAP experts:
Rebuilding and Rebalancing Our National Security Tools and Institutions“: Katrina Mulligan, Managing Director
Living Our Democratic Values“: Alexandra Schmitt, Policy Analyst
Ending the Wars Responsibly“: Michael Fuchs, Senior Fellow
Recalibrating U.S. Global Relationships“: Max Bergmann, Senior Fellow
Tackling Global Challenges“: Max Hoffman, Associate Director

Demonstration of interactive website:
Siena Cicarelli, Research Assistant