About this lecture series
Lectures of Opportunity (LOOs) offer Naval War College (NWC) students, faculty, and staff an opportunity to learn more about national and international socio-political subjects that may be of relevance to the NWC community.
At the request of Congress, the U.S. Navy released its updated Arctic strategy in April 2019. This "strategic outlook" describes the U.S. Navy’s approach to securing U.S. national interests and promoting stability in the Arctic. Please join us for a panel discussion featuring faculty from the Naval War College’s Arctic Studies Group on the updated strategy and what it means for America's Sea Services—the U.S. Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard.
This event will be webcast live here.
You can submit your questions for the panel live on Twitter to @walterberbrick.
Dr. Walter Berbrick
Associate Professor and Director, Arctic Studies Group; former Senior Adviser to the Special Representative for the Arctic Region, Department of State
Professor Thomas Culora
Dean, Center for Naval Warfare Studies; retired Navy Captain
Dr. Rebecca Pincus
Assistant Professor, Strategic and Operational Research Department; former Principal Investigator, U.S. Coast Guard’s Center for Arctic Strategy and Policy
Lt. Col. Kenneth Sandler
Military Professor, National Security Affairs Department
Rear Admiral Lars Saunes (ret.)
Professor and CNO Distinguished International Fellow, International Programs Department; former Chief of the Norwegian Navy
Dr. Mary Thompson-Jones
Professor, National Security Affairs Department; retired senior Foreign Service Officer, Department of State