CLS event spotlights quandaries of national security infrastructure (VIDEO)

The Center on Law and Security (CLS) hosted the panel "National Security: Can Washington Make It Work?" on April 9. James P. Rubin, adjunct professor of international and public affairs at Columbia University and former assistant secretary of state for public affairs in the Clinton administration; David Rothkopf, author and visiting scholar at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace; and Michael Sheehan, a CLS distinguished fellow who held national security positions at the White House during two administrations and served as deputy commisioner of counterterrorism at the New York City Police Department, responded to questions from moderator Zoë Baird, president of the Markle Foundation, prompted by issues raised in the Markle Foundation's newly released report on ways to improve the national security culture in the U.S.

 

 

Read the Markle Foundation's report, "Reforming the Culture of National Security: Vision, Clarity, and Accountability"

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