5G Future: Network Slicing on Chinese Fiber

On March 18th, Partnership for a Secure America hosted the 10th event of our CPP Solutions Series, 5G Future: Network Slicing on Chinese Fiber. This off-the-record roundtable dinner following the Chatham House Rule focused on expansion of global 5G telecommunications infrastructure and related challenges. The conversation covered Chinese activity in the 5G domain, the risks of […]

What Role for Congress? Stemming the Unfolding Crisis in Venezuela

On March 20, Partnership for a Secure America hosted another event of our CPP Solutions Series. This alumni-only dinner discussion focused on “What Role for Congress? Stemming the Unfolding Crisis in Venezuela.” The round-table dinner was off-the-record, following the Chatham House Rule. Political tensions in Venezuela have grown exponentially in recent weeks through a deepening humanitarian […]

The U.S.-Russia Relationship: Bilateral Nuclear Arms Control

On March 11, 2019, Partnership for a Secure America hosted an off-the-record dinner and discussion with CPP alumni on bilateral arms control agreements between the United States and Russia. Bilateral arms control agreements have long been a cornerstone of the U.S.-Russia relationship, serving as a means of diplomatic engagement and a vehicle for nuclear threat […]

Solution Series Roundtable: The Mechanics of a Deal

On October 3, Partnership for a Secure America hosted an off-the-record Bipartisan Negotiation Panel to provide practical lessons in effective negotiation and bipartisan policy development.  The panel was led by Lara Flint, former Chief Counsel for National Security for Senator Patrick Leahy (D-VT) and Bart Forsyth, former Chief of Staff for Congressman Jim Sensenbrenner (R-WI). […]

CPP Summer 2018: Orientation

The Partnership for a Secure America (PSA) welcomed 30 Congressional staff members into the Summer 2018 Congressional Partnership Program (CPP) class. The program, in it’s 19th 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 retreat, […]

CPP Spring 2018: Orientation

The Partnership for a Secure America (PSA) welcomed 30 Congressional staff members into the Spring 2018 Congressional Partnership Program (CPP) class. The program, in it’s 18th 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 retreat, […]

CPP Fall 2017: Orientation

The Partnership for a Secure America (PSA) welcomes 29 Congressional staff members into PSA’s Fall 2017 Congressional Partnership Program (CPP) schedule. Currently in its 17th session, the program brings together Republicans and Democratic staff to develop the skills and relationships required to advance bipartisanship on national security and foreign policy issues. Through policy seminars, a […]

PSA Launches Series with Baltic States

Partnership for a Secure America is excited to announce a new partnership with the Embassies of Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania for 2017 titled The Worldview Series: Baltic States. This is the third installment of PSA’s program, The Worldview Series which aims to build deeper understanding of the important decisions American policy-makers face regarding U.S. foreign […]