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Winning Without War: Educating Diplomats, Warriors and Spies

Date and time: Wednesday, May 27, 2020, 5 to 6 pm Eastern Daylight Time (UTC-4)

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Sponsored by The Institute of World Politics

**This event will also be streamed live on Facebook [2]. **

Focus: China, Russia, Iran, North Korea, radical Islamism, and a global pandemic. Never has the United States faced so many external threats, each of which requires a full-range strategy – both hard and soft power- in order to preserve our freedom and prosperity while avoiding unnecessary armed conflict. At the same time, it is critical to build internal consensus based on our values and history. How can we ensure our military, State Department, Intelligence professionals, executive branch, and congressional leaders are prepared to deal with these complex challenges in the most prudent and effective manner?

Panel Discussion: On May 27, 2020, The Institute of World Politics will host a webinar panel with three of the nation’s leading experts on national security strategy. All are professors with extensive real-world experience developing and implementing policy to defend our Nation.

About the panelists:

About the moderator: Mr. Michael C. Maibach is a seasoned professional in global business diplomacy, advisor to nonprofits, supporter of civic causes. From 2003 to 2012, he was president & CEO of the European-American Business Council, a group of 75 multinational companies. From 1983 to 2001, Mr. Maibach was vice president of global government affairs for the Intel Corporation. At Intel he worked closely with its founders, Dr. Robert Noyce – inventor of the integrated circuit, Dr. Gordon Moore – known for Moore’s Law – and Dr. Andy Grove – Time Man of the Year in 1997. At Intel he built a global team of 150 professionals to enhance trade, and job and wealth creation. Today he is a distinguished fellow at Save Our States, focused on defending the Founders’ Electoral College. Mr. Maibach has earned seven university degrees, one of which was granted by The Institute of World Politics. While earning his first degree he was elected to the DeKalb County Board in his native state of Illinois, becoming the first person elected to public office under 21 years of age in American history.