As the political scene in the United States grows increasingly polarized, US foreign policy has also become more complicated to conduct. This reality is occurring just as the external challenges are increasing in number and complexity, be they geopolitical, economic, trade, technological or often a confluence of all of these. The Global Future Council on the United States will gather a politically diverse group of veteran and emerging thought leaders to seek out potential areas of agreement between the two sides of the divide, when it comes to how US diplomacy is conducted in the decades ahead.
Thomas A. Shannon Jr, Senior International Policy Advisor, Arnold & Porter, USA
Paul Smyke, Head of Regional Agenda - North America, Member of the Executive Committee, World Economic Forum
Miriam Schive, Community Lead, Regional Agenda - North America, World Economic Forum
Jackson Spivey, Community Specialist, Regional Agenda – North America, World Economic Forum