IMPORTANT NOTICE
2020

TruCon 2020

Every year, the Truman Project and our sister organization, the Truman Center for National Policy, host a four-day event, TruCon. Some events are restricted to members, and others are open to the public. Leaders in the national security field speak to members about their work.
At our fully online TruCon2020, members heard from National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan about what a Biden Administration foreign policy would look like, and from retired Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Vindman about what it was like to stand up for the rule of law and what is right.

They also heard from Senator Chris Murphy (D-CT) and Representative Joaquin Castro (D-TX) about the need to reform the State Department, and from experts in immigration reform, disinformation, and clean energy.'

Check out our highlight reel here.

TruCon 2021

Every year, the Truman Project and our sister organization, the Truman Center for National Policy, host a four-day event, TruCon. Some events are restricted to members, and others are open to the public. Leaders in the national security field speak to members about their work.

TruCon 2022

Truman Center for National Policy 501(c)(3) is thrilled to announce that its annual conference, #TruCon2022, will take place on Friday, May 20th in Washington D.C.

This year, we will tackle the most pressing domestic and global national security challenges through a series of timely and unique discussions. Panels will examine innovative solutions by drawing on skills and resources from across the country through a lens of diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice.  

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We are pleased to invite you to attend Truman Center for National Policy’s annual conference.

TruCon2022: Local Action, Global Impact

Truman Center for National Policy develops timely and innovative national security solutions. This year’s conference, TruCon2022: Local Action, Global Impact, will host a range of interactive panels, including:

  • A deep dive on how Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is reshaping the world order.
  • A discussion on the intersection of technology and national security, including strategies to strengthen the security and resilience of the cyber-ecosystem.
  • A conversation with the co-chairs of Truman Center’s Task Force on City & State Diplomacy on ways to broaden diplomatic engagement across America.

We hope that you will be able to join us for this event, which will feature high-level speakers from a diverse range of national security perspectives

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TruCon Archives

Browse our highlights from past TruCon events.