Event Summary


The 2020 US Strategic Command Deterrence Symposium will be held November 2-13, 2020 as virtual sessions. This eleventh annual symposium will draw from academic, government, military, and international experts, with the goal of exploring a broad range of deterrence issues and thinking during these sessions.

 

Please select the Itinerary tab on the left side of your screen. From there, you will be able to build your itinerary, access each session, and add session reminders to your calendar. 

**All sessions are based on Central Time.**


Monday, November 2

    1430 - 1435 | J5 Opening Comments

    1435 - 1455 | CC Opening Comments

    1455 - 1640 | Panel #1 - Deterrence Lessons from the Cold War

    1640 - 1730 | Poster Presentation


Wednesday, November 4

    1430 - 1615 | Panel #2 - Is Deterrence in the Cold War Applicable to the Multi-Polar World?

    1615 - 1700 | Poster Presentation


Friday, November 6

    1430 - 1615 | Panel #3 - Improving Our Understanding of the Environment – How will an Activity Affect Deterrence?

    1615 - 1700 | Poster Presentation


Monday, November 9

    1430 - 1615 | Panel #4 - Application of Soft Power to Deterrence

    1615 - 1635 | Keynote Speaker

    1635 - 1700 | Poster Presentation


Tuesday, November 10

    1430 - 1600 | Panel #5 - Project on Nuclear Issues (PONI) Panel

    1600 - 1630 | Poster Presentation


Thursday, November 12

    1430 - 1630 | Panel #6 - Academic Alliance Panel

    1630 - 1700 | Poster Presentation


Friday, November 13

    1430 - 1615 | Panel #7 - Training Current and Next Generation Deterrence Practitioners

    1615 - 1645 | Keynote Speaker

    1645 - 1730 | Closing Comments