Media Archive

Media Archive

Each year we document the Sedona Forum through photos, press releases and videos. Please enjoy the media archives available for each Sedona Forum starting with the first Sedona Forum 2013.

Photos

Mrs. Cindy McCain, chair of the board at the McCain Institute, welcomes attendees to the 2019 Sedona Forum.
Senator Martha McSally, Representative Tom Perriello, Daniel Twining, president of the International Republican Institute and moderator Josette Sheeran, president and CEO of the Asia Society discuss democracy promotion in the age of authoritarians.
President of the International Republican Institute Daniel Twining talks about democracy promotion in the age of authoritarians at the 2019 Sedona Forum.
Dr. Doreen Boyd, associate director of the Rights Lab, University of Nottingham, U.K. converses with Kristen Abrams, senior director, Combatting Human Trafficking, McCain Institute for International Leadership about eliminating modern slavery.
Arizona State University President Dr. Michael Crow welcomes Sedona Forum attendees.
The 2019 Keynote Conversation included Frances Townsend, executive vice president at MacAndrews & Forbes Holdings (left), Kirstjen Nielsen, former United States secretary of homeland security (center) and Arizona Governor Doug Ducey.
McCain Institute for International Leadership Executive Director Ambassador Kurt Volker (right) introduces Brexit Counselor of the British Embassy Ambassador Alexandra Hall Hall (left) and Dr. Ted Bromund, senior research fellow in Anglo-American relations in the the Margaret Thatcher Center for Freedom, The Heritage Center before the Night Owl session, “Brexit – Now What?”
Carl Bildt, co-chair of the European Council on Foreign Relations, asks a question during the 2019 Sedona Forum.
First Lady of Venezuela Fabiana Rosales de Guiadó, a journalist and human rights activist, addresses the crisis in her country and the movement of its people during a conversation with acclaimed foreign affairs journalist Elise Labott.
Sullivan took part in a panel discussing efforts to deal with old-fashioned global threats.
Ambassador Mike Polts asks a question during a panel at the 2019 Sedona Forum.
U.S. Senator Kelly Ayotte kicks off a discussion with (L to R) U.S. Senator Sheldon Whitehouse, Undersecretary of Defense for Policy John Rood and President of Montenegro Milo Dukanović about the importance of U.S. global leadership.
Sedona Forum participants discuss 5G capabilities.
President of Montenegro Milo Dukanović presents an award to Mrs. Cindy McCain.
Sedona Forum attendees enjoy the red rock scenery of Sedona.
The Sedona Forum 2019 on May 4, 2019. Photo by Paul Morse
(L to R) Dr. Michael Crow, Kiersten Todt, Mike Stone and Terry Halvorsen discuss the geostrategic and economic implications of the race to 5G.
Mrs. Cindy McCain (left) presents the 2019 Award for Courage and Leadership to Chhaya Sharma (center) for her leadership in investigating the 2012 New Delhi gang-rape murder case.
U.S. Senator Chris Coons (left), President of Google.org Jacquelline Fuller (center) and Mrs. Cindy McCain (right) discuss the global refugee crisis.
(L to R) Representative Will Hurd, Representative Tom Malinowski, Senator Lindsey Graham and Josh Rogin discuss the future of U.S. foreign policymaking.
Representative Will Hurd discusses the future of U.S. foreign policymaking.
Next Generation Leader Liisa Past asks a question during a panel at the 2019 Sedona Forum.
(L to R) Joshua Geltzer, Nick Rasmussen and Kristie Canegallo discuss the the challenges of online content policy, from election interference to ISIS.
Rick Davis, partner and COO of Pegasus Capital Advisors, talks about the 2020 campaign.
David Axelrod, director of the University of Chicago Institute of Politics, talks about the 2020 campaign.
(L to R) John Dickerson, Rick Davis and David Axelrod discuss the 2020 campaign.
Arizona State University President Dr. Michael Crow talks to ASU student volunteers during the 2019 Sedona Forum.
Vladimir Kara-Murza
Mrs. Cindy McCain addresses the Sedona Forum attendees during an outdoor dinner.
Vladimir Kara-Murza, chairman of the Boris Nemtsov Foundation for Freedom, introduces Senator Martha McSally, Representative Tom Perriello, Daniel Twining, president of the International Republican Institute and moderator Josette Sheeran, president and CEO of the Asia Society during a discussion on democracy promotion in the age of authoritarians.

Press Releases and Transcripts

Venezuelan First Lady, other key leaders gather at 2019 Sedona Forum

May 8, 2019
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Videos

“A Cause Greater Than” Discussion: Addressing the Global Refugee Crisis

May 7, 2019