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Foreign Affairs LIVE: New Challenges in Intelligence and National Security

Foreign Affairs LIVE is offering YPFP members special access to their upcoming post-election discussion on November 10. YPFP members pay only $20 (originally $150) to attend.

Foreign Policy and Global Security under the new administration: The next U.S. President will inherit a security environment with mounting threats and increasingly constrained resources. Public policy makers must work in tandem with security officials and experts to mitigate risk at home and abroad. In this post-election outlook, Foreign Affairs Editor Gideon Rose will ask our panel of experts for their vision on US foreign and domestic policy under the new administration.  The depth of knowledge and experience shared by the panelists will allow us to look at security policies and their implementation within law enforcement agencies and the American justice system. We will discuss challenges in intelligence gathering and sharing both within the US and internationally and hear recommendations on how the next president should tackle the growing number of cyber-attacks, escalating extremism and the continuing threat posed by North Korea. What predictions do these three policy influencers have for US relations with China, Russia and Iran and how will the new administration preserve America’s super power status?

Speakers:

The Honorable Michael C. Chertoff, Former Secretary of Homeland Security

Jane Harman, Congressional representative (D-CA), 1993-1999, 2001-2011; President, the Woodrow Wilson Center

Ambassador John D. Negroponte, Former Ambassador to the UN, Director of National Intelligence,  and Deputy Secretary of State

Moderator: Gideon Rose, Editor, Foreign Affairs

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WHEN
November 10, 2016 at 5:30pm - 8pm
WHERE
Council on Foreign Relations
1777 F St NW
Washington, DC 20009
United States
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