Veterans on dangerous lifesaving missions in Ukraine
Summit Proceeds to benefit The Mozart Group
50% of all ticket sales to Cold War 2.0 will be donated to The Mozart Group to support their on-going humanitarian work in Ukraine. The Mozart Group was founded by retired USMC Col. Andy Milburn. It’s a collective of retired SOF veterans from 11 different countries who are working without pay and without weapons to train Ukraine’s mostly civilian army and rescue women, children, and pets from towns and villages under Russian bombardment.
January 31, 2023 | Los Angeles
Safe House Global West
Welcome To The Next Cold War
The likelihood of low level conflict between the U.S. and China while the U.S. simultaneously fights a proxy war against Russia in Ukraine could have serious consequences economically and militarily, and will almost certainly impact our growing reliance upon Space for communications, research, and intelligence.
Russia’s diminished position as a superpower, after its calamitous invasion of Ukraine failed to deliver a quick victory, has created a vacuum that China and North Korea are moving to fill.
Colonel Andrew Milburn (USMC, ret.) will give an in-person briefing on The Mozart Group’s activities on delivering critical capabilities to Ukraine’s frontline units and rescuing civilians from Russian-controlled areas. In addition, Mozart Group’s Evacuation Team Lead, Dathan (last name redacted), will give a remote presentation from Eastern Ukraine and take your questions.
Ukraine’s Main Directorate of Intelligence for the Ministry of Defense Offensive Cyber team will give a briefing on Iranian and Chinese network resiliency as well as offensive tactics employed against Russian targets resulting in physical plant destruction.
“Space Competition and the Dynamics of Conflict: Using Game Theory and Artificial Intelligence to Gain Strategic Insight”
Bonnie Triezenberg, Ph.D. and Krista Langeland, Ph.D.
“The Return of Great Power War: Scenarios of Systemic Conflict Between the United States and China”
Timothy R. Heath, Ph.D.
“Russian Information Warfare and Its Application in NATO Member States and Ukraine”
Bilyana Lilly, Ph.D.
“Russian and Chinese Priorities and Capabilities for Operating and Fighting in Space”
Brendon S. Mulvaney, Ph.D.
Russia’s Nuclear Options in Ukraine: Is MAD A Valid Deterrence To Tactical Nukes?
Jeffrey Lewis, Ph.D.
More talks to come