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.
From the Clements and Strauss Center's fifth annual Texas National Security Forum, Mary Neuburger of the University of Texas moderated a discussion on Russia with General Phillip Breedlove, Former Supreme Allied Commander Europe, Evelyn Farkas, Former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Russia, Ukraine, and Eurasia, and Daniel Fried, Former Assistant Secretary of State for European Affairs.
From the Clements and Strauss Center's fifth annual Texas National Security Forum. Lorinc Redei of the LBJ School of Public Affairs, moderated a discussion on World Order with Antony Blinken, former Deputy Secretary of State, Eric Edelman, former Under Secretary of Defense for Policy, and Kristen Silverberg, former Ambassador to the European Union.
Dr. Inboden lists ten reasons why US military strength remains essential in global engagement and why the incoming Congress should fund a strong defense budget to maintain American strategic superiority.
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.