The Hemispheric Forum is a unique Perry Center vehicle that takes advantage of the abundance of subject-matter experts and the community of interest in Western Hemisphere affairs. The format of each program is a panel discussion centered on a timely and important topic, with expert panelists representing government, think tanks, and academia.
18 October, 2016
1:30PM – 5:00 PM
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The Impact of Energy Developments in the Greater Caribbean Region, panelists from left to right: Mr. Mark Wilkins, Director, Perry Center; Mr. Robert F. Ichford, Jr, Deputy Assistant Secretary, Bureau of Energy Resources, U.S. Department of State; Mr. Jorge R. Piñón, Director, Latin American and Caribbean Energy Program, Jackson School of Geosciences, University of Texas; Mr. Juan S. González, Special Advisor to the Vice President on Western Hemisphere Affairs; Dr. Frank Mora, Director of the Latin American and Caribbean Center (LACC) and Professor of Politics at Florida International University; and Mr. Walter Earle, Visiting Professor, Perry Center.
Security And Defense Challenges Posed by Emerging Technologies in the Americas: Cybersecurity, Drones (Unmanned Systems), and Robotics, panelists from left to right: Maj Gen (ret.) Frederick F. Roggero, USAF, President & CEO, Resilient Solutions, Ltd.; Dr. Marty Trevino, Organizational Architect and Senior Strategist, National Security Agency; and Dr. Boris Saavedra, Assistant Professor, Perry Center
Previous Hemispheric Forums include:
- Women in Peace and Security
- Dynamics of FARC Demobilization
Corruption in the Western Hemisphere: Impediment to Citizen Security and Democratic Consolidation
- Impact of Energy Developments in the Greater Caribbean Region
- Security And Defense Challenges Posed by Emerging Technologies in the Americas: Cybersecurity, Drones (Unmanned Systems), and Robotics
- Proposed Thematic Axes: XII Conference of Defense Ministers of the Americas (CDMA)
- The Changing Western Hemisphere
- Beyond Convergence: A World Without Order
- LGBT Personnel in the Armed Forces: Advancing a Position of Inclusivity and Embracing Diversity