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How Will Offset Strategies Help the U.S. Prevail Against Asymmetric Threats?

Co-sponsored by the Association of Old Crows, CACI International Inc, and the Center for Security Policy, the Asymmetric Threat symposium series furthers the dialogue on how to address the complex asymmetric threats to America's national security and how offset strategies attempt to position the U.S. to prevail against resurging global power competition, multiregional conflicts, and cross-domain challenges.

Asymmetric Threat Symposium IX was held in September 2016 in McLean, VA, and featured discussions from today’s foremost thought leadership in government, industry, and academia. In addition to a series of keynote speakers, the symposium included expert panels. The symposia series was founding in 2008 by CACI Executive Chairman and Chairman of the Board Dr. J.P. (Jack) London and Lead Director on CACI's Board of Directors Dr. Warren Phillips.

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