The Halifax International Security Forum invites subject experts with significant practical experience to volunteer their time throughout the summer months to discuss and debate ideas to be addressed head-on at Halifax in November. The guidance provided by the Agenda Working Group ensures that Halifax International Security Forum plays its part in shaping the coming year’s global security agenda.
Halifax International Security Forum is proud that the agenda presented to its participants each year is acutely relevant and reflects conversations that are happening in capitals around the world. In the cases where these issues are not yet top-of-mind for decision makers, Halifax International Security Forum is pleased to create those conversations that will gain attention and inspire international action.
In building the 2012 agenda for the November Forum, Halifax International Security Forum works to keep its finger on the pulse of international events that shaped the world in the past year. The Agenda Working Group meets throughout the summer months to discuss and debate ideas to be addressed head-on at Halifax in November. In so doing, Halifax International Security Forum endeavors to play its part in shaping next year’s international security agenda. Please join us by being an active participant.
Michael Auslin, Resident Scholar, American Enterprise Institute and Columnist, Wall Street Journal
Leslie Campbell, Senior Associate and Regional Director, Middle East and North Africa Programs, The National Democratic Institute
Helga Flores Trejo, Principal External Relations Advisor, Inter-American Development Bank
John Glenn, Policy Director, U.S. Global Leadership Coalition
Joseph Hall, Vice President, Halifax International Security Forum
Heather Hurlburt, Executive Director, National Security Network
Bruce Jackson, Founder and President, Project on Transitional Democracies
David Kramer, President, Freedom House
Dixon Osburn, Director, Law and Security Program, Human Rights First
Roland Paris, University Research Chair in International Security and Governance, University of Ottawa
Robin Shepherd, Director, International Affairs, Henry Jackson Society
Janice Stein, Director, Munk School of Global Affairs, University of Toronto
Jonathan Tepperman, Managing Editor, Foreign Affairs
Peter Van Praagh, President, Halifax International Security Forum
Kurt Volker, Executive Director, McCain Institute, ASU
Bruce Weinrod, Senior Advisor, Global Impact, Inc.
Michael Werz, Senior Fellow, National Security Team, Center for American Progress
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