The McCain Institute began its 2021 Sedona Forum, a conference comprising leaders in the public and private sectors discussing issues facing Arizona, America, and the world, on Wednesday. Hosted virtually, the conference is available to all without a fee.
This year’s forum includes discussions between Cindy McCain, Arizona State University President Michael Crow, Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey, former National Security Advisor LTGHR H.R. McMaster, Senator Ben Sasse, Senator Bob Menendez, former Senator Jeff Flake, and more.
Topics covered range from online learning, to Russian geopolitical stability, to the international response to COVID-19, to the rise of Communist China.
Traditionally, the Sedona Forum is hosted annually in Sedona, Arizona for an exclusive group of attendees. The nuance of the pandemic era has pushed the Institute to an online format, which also enables those without the means to attend a traditional conference to access quality content from experienced leaders.
Put on by the McCain Institute, the Forum was founded while Arizona Senator John McCain was alive. The Institute’s mission mentions that “the McCain Institute advances character-driven leadership based on security, economic opportunity, freedom and human dignity.”
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