Washington Post National Security Correspondent (and 2019 ISP Symposium panelist) Ellen Nakashima references Susan Gordon's keynote remarks at the University of Texas at Austin in her latest article on Huawei and potential security risks in the advanced global telecommunications market.
The next installment of Horns a Dilemma is National Security Forum’s keynote address by Sen. Ben Sasse. The senator was introduced by Admiral Bobby Inman, Centennial Chair in National Policy at the LBJ School of Public Affairs.
From the Clements and Strauss Center's fifth annual Texas National Security Forum, Stephen Slick, Director of the Intelligence Studies Project, moderated a discussion on the SSCI Investigation into Russian Active Measures with Senator Richard Burr, Senator Mark Warner and Senator John Cornyn. Gregory Fenves, President of the University of Texas at Austin, introduced the panel.
In his latest essay, Professor Slick reflects on President Trump's destructive relationship with the U.S. Intelligence Community and offers insight to the next administration on repairing the damage.
On Friday, November 30, the Clements Center, Strauss Center, and Intelligence Studies Project convened senior policymakers to discuss "The Return of Great Power Competition" at the fifth annual Texas National Security Forum.