Notes from the Frontier
Exploring new frontiers at the intersection of national security and entrepreneurship.
Thanks for joining us for our latest edition of “Notes from the Frontier.” We hope to keep you in the loop on new ventures we are pursuing, highlight our partnerships, and shine a light on the unique and important impact our clients are having at the intersection of national security and entrepreneurship. Each week, we will be rounding up our top social media content and sharing with you what we are reading.
We hope to inspire you to explore new frontiers and visualize the future of American innovation and discovery.
Week of Monday, July 19th:
In this piece, Director of the Allison Center for Foreign Policy Studies at the Heritage Foundation, Luke Coffey, explains how Georgia can continue to contribute to regional and global security. Read his analysis here:
This week, as part of their empowerME Initiative, the Atlantic Council brought together female entrepreneurs and business leaders from the U.S. and Saudi Arabia to share expertise and build partnerships. Catch their workshop here:
In the news this week, the U.S. placed blame for widespread Microsoft hacking on Chinese spies. Catch the story here:
What We Are Reading, we dug into this piece from “Foreign Affairs” that breaks down how crowdsourcing is the future of intelligence collection. Read Hoover Institute Senior Fellow Amy Zegart’s in-depth analysis here:
A second piece we highlighted explained how the need for economic security is fueling the re-strengthening of America’s alliance with Japan. Read here:
Quote of the Week:
Getting in the Olympic Spirit
“Never underestimate the power of dreams and the influence of the human spirit. We are all the same in this notion: The potential for greatness lives within each of us. “
- Wilma Rudolph, American sprinter, and three-time gold medalist
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