American Security Project

Founding Year: 2007

Staff: 4

Budget: ~$630k

Patrick C. Costello (CEO)

A “nonpartisan organization created to educate the American public and the world about the changing nature of national security in the 21st Century.” Their goal is to “forge bipartisan consensus on a new national security strategy that will restore America’s leadership and ensure” their “vision for security in the 21st century by developing and sharing new ideas and critical analyses on the most important national security issues”.

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Projects:

  • The Consensus for American Security – an initiative of influential military and national security leaders who have come together to provide mechanisms in order to create long-term consensus around the big strategic national security issues.
  • Business Council for American Security – An exclusive gathering of leading firms across industry aligned in their support of a broad definition of American national security for the 21st century.

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American Security Project contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals


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