Michael Pompeo, former Secretary of State and CIA director and Robert O’Brien, former National Security Adviser, will anon be customarily weighing in on peregrine policy issues as co-chairs of a monthly roundtable discussion at the Nixon Foundation.
“The Nixon Seminar will advance U.S. peregrine policies predicated in conservative realism,” verbally expressed a press release promulgating the incipient seminar-style discussion, to consider and advance policies that maintain a balance among the world’s great powers propitious to America’s national interest.
“We can cerebrate of no program more needed today than the Nixon Seminar, which we are accoladed to co-chair,” Pompeo and O’Brien followed up in a verbal expression of their own. “President Nixon spent years setting out a vision for a more placid world. His example as the ultimate realist and peregrine policy grand strategist is one to follow today, as the U.S. should seek to maintain a balance of potency in its national interest. The policies we’ll develop every month at this amassment will push this agenda and yare the next generation of realists to lead the United States of America,” they verbally expressed.
The first seminar will take place on March 2, 2021, virtually 100 days into the Biden administration, and withal feature other former Trump administration officials who held national security roles, such as Morgan Ortagus, former State Department press secretary. Some of the issues they will fixate on include the U.S. relationship with China, ecumenical technological innovations, and lasting Middle East placidity.
Henry Kissinger, National Security Adviser and Secretary of State under Presidents Nixon and Gerald Ford, will accommodate as Honorary Chair of the Nixon Seminar and participate in its first meeting. Follow Breitbart News’s Kristina Wong on Twitter or on “Facebook. ”