Monday, November 18th – The Congressional Partnership Program’s Fall 2019 class participated in their final dinner on Monday. They presented to the group the findings from their partner projects, discussed the program highlights, and enjoyed one final night of mingling with their cohort.
On November 9th and 10th, participants in the Fall 2019 class of the Congressional Partnership Program joined foreign policy and national security experts for a weekend of thought provoking discussions and bipartisan team-building. This retreat was a great opportunity for participants to assess global challenges, explore differences, and build common ground. Bipartisan Panel on Principles […]
Monday, October 28th – PSA hosted Elizabeth Rosenberg for a dinner discussion. Ms. Rosenberg is currently a Senior Fellow and Director at the Center for a New American Security’s Energy, Economics, and Security Program, where she publishes and speaks on the national security and foreign policy implications of the use of sanctions and economic statecraft […]
Tuesday, October 15th – This dinner discussion featured Garrett Grigsby. Mr. Grigsby has served as Director of the Office of Global Affairs since May 2017. He served on the staff of the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations (SFRC) throughout the 1990s. As SFRC Deputy Staff Director he was responsible for oversight of all U.S. […]
The Partnership for a Secure America (PSA) welcomed 30 Congressional staff members into the Spring 2019 Congressional Partnership Program (CPP) class. The program, in it’s 21th session, brings together Republican and Democratic staff to develop the skills and relationships required to advance bipartisanship on national security and foreign policy issues. Through policy seminars, a weekend […]
On July 15th – Partnership for a Secure America held the final off-the-record dinner for the Spring 2019 CPP class. There was no speaker for this event, but instead consisted of the participants presenting their final policy projects. These projects were in memo format describing a foreign policy issue and recommendations for ways in which […]
On July 1st – Partnership for a Secure America held the second of three off-the-record dinners with Special Agent Peter Ahearn to discuss how the FBI changed following the terror attacks of 9/11, the inter-agency process and how federal law enforcement fits into the national security apparatus. Mr. Ahearn served as a Senior Advisor with […]
On June 18th – Partnership for a Secure America held the first of three off-the-record dinners for the CPP Spring class. This dinner featured former Congressman Jim Kolbe (R-AZ) to discuss the state of the current partisan divide in Congress and the role of Congress in diplomacy. Congressman Kolbe is currently a Senior Transatlantic Fellow […]