Co-hosted by the American Enterprise Institute's Marilyn Ware Center for Security Studies
While tactical questions relating to the use of military force often divide Americans, a bipartisan consensus regarding America’s enduring strategic interests – such as the one that emerged in the aftermath of World War II – is possible.
To this end, The Heritage Foundation and AEI are pleased to announce the creation of the Project for the Common Defense, a coalition of independent volunteers committed to national defense policies that are defined by strategic clarity and robust capabilities. It includes seasoned policymakers, analysts, and veterans who have significant operational and policy experience.
Please join us as Senator Kelly Ayotte (R-NH) speaks to the importance of a strong common defense and the work of the project as we seek to promote a 21st-Century agenda of peace through strength.
More About the Speakers
The Honorable Kelly Ayotte (R-NH)
United States Senator
The Honorable Jon Kyl
Visiting Fellow, American Enterprise Institute
The Honorable James Talent
Distinguished Fellow, The Heritage Foundation