Solutions Series dinners are small, deliberative discussions among Congressional Partnership Program (CPP) alumni engaged on emergent national security/foreign policy challenges under consideration in Congress. These events are designed to generate substantive dialogue and networking among CPP alumni working on the same issues with a goal to catalyze bipartisan policy solutions from within the community. The small format of these dinners and the ability to leverage our diverse pool of CPP alumni make them an ideal forum for addressing late-breaking and rapidly developing policy challenges. All events are off-the-record, following the Chatham House Rule.
Topics have included The Rohingya Crisis, Cybersecurity and the Electric Grid, US Arctic Policy, and Countering North Korea, among others.