The Howard Baker Forum was founded by former Senator Howard Baker in Washington, D.C. to provide a platform for examining specific, immediate, critical issues affecting the nation’s progress at home and its relations abroad. Under the leadership of its President, Scott Campbell, the Forum organizes a variety of programs and research projects to examine and illuminate public policy challenges facing the nation today. The Howard Baker Forum is a public and international affairs affiliate of Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell, and Berkowitz, P.C.


The U.S.-Japan Roundtable

The United States-Japan Roundtable enhances cooperation between the two countries and improves public understanding of nuclear energy.

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The Annual Ellen O. Tauscher Memorial Dinner on Cyberspace Strategy

The Ellen O. Tauscher Memorial Dinner on Cyberspace Strategy is hosted each year at the Munich Security Conference in Munich, Germany.

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Cyber Media Forum

The Howard Baker Forum has partnered with George Washington University’s Project for Media and National Security in the School of Media and Public Affairs to host a series of events.

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The Indo-Pacific Centre

The Howard Baker Forum partnered with the Indo-Pacific Centre in February of 2021 in conjunction with DXC Technology and the Global Law Alliance.

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Tech and Security Series with Chatham House

The Howard Baker Forum and Chatham House, The Royal Institute of International Affairs, have partnered to host a series of events each year in London.

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