The US Air Force Academy Assembly
Convened annually since 1959, the Academy Assembly is an undergraduate-led conference held by the United States Air Force Academy (USAFA) and co-sponsored with The American Assembly. Cadets help organize and take part in a 3-day discussion of a major theme in American foreign policy, ranging from nuclear proliferation, to failed states, to energy dependence. The current series focuses on the relationship between the United States and the "BRIC" countries--Brazil, Russia, India, and China. The US Air Force Academy Assembly is The Assembly's longest running convening partnership.
Between February 3rd-5th, 2014, The American Assembly co-sponsored the U.S. Air Force Academy’s annual undergraduate Assembly, which focused this year on "U.S. - India Relations: Partners in Democracy."
Between February 4th-6th, 2013, The American Assembly co-sponsored the U.S. Air Force Academy’s annual undergraduate Assembly, which focused this year on "U.S. - China Relations: Conflict or Cooperation in the 21st Century."