Cyberwar, China’s Rise: 2 Lectures in NYC, March 9


On Saturday, March 9, the Foreign Policy Research Institute will kick off a three-part series of programs on “Old Wars, New Threats” in cooperation with — and hosted by — the New-York Historical Society in Manhattan. Each program features 2 lectures and continental breakfast, running from 9:00 a.m. to 12:15.  (Breakfast at 9:00, first lecture at 9:30, second lecture at 11:00).


The first lecture features FPRI Senior Fellow Lawrence Husick, who offers a truly eye-opening guide to cyberwar, cybercrime, cyberespionage, and cyberterror. This is the briefing that former National Security Advisor Bud McFarlane described as “the best briefing I’ve heard from anyone, anywhere” on this subject. Husick is co-chair of FPRI’s Center for the Study of Terrorism.


He will be followed by Professor Toshi Yoshihara of the US Naval War College, speaking on the rise of China, its increasing assertiveness, and the prospect of conflict in East Asia. Yoshihara holds the John A. van Beuren Chair of Asia-Pacific Studies at the Naval War College and is a top-notch lecturer.


The event is held at the NY Historical Society, which is an outstanding museum located at 170 Central Park West at Richard Gilder Way (77th Street), NYC.


Tickets are normally $60 per person per day but a discounted rate of $36 is available for members of FPRI. Just use the discount code FPRI9 when ordering.


To purchase your ticket in advance, visit the NYHS ticketing page:
or call the New-York Historical Society call center at 212-485-9268. The Call Center is open 9am–5pm daily.


I hope you will join us.


Alan Luxenberg
Foreign Policy Research Institute





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