Mary Walters sits down with Steve Baumann, host of The Hour of History Podcast, to reflect on the Kosovo War after twenty years and explore the roots of the conflict and related refugee crisis, as well as the involvement of NATO, the UN, and Albanian families in providing humanitarian assistance.
Col. Liam Collins, career Special Forces officer and director of the Modern War Institute at West Point, dissects how Russia used hybrid warfare in Georgia, what it learned from that experience, and how it applied those lessons in Ukraine, allowing it to take Crimea without firing a single shot.
In the final installment of the 2019 Intelligence Studies Project Symposium, Susan Gordon, principal deputy director of national intelligence, delivers the keynote address. Following the keynote, she sat down with Stephen Slick, director of the Intelligence Studies Project, to discuss intelligence in transition.
Jackson and a team of scholars review the recently published "Suez Deconstructed" by Philip Zelikow and the late Ernest May to determine what lessons the Suez Canal crisis holds for today's policymakers.
In this second installment of the 2019 Intelligence Studies Project Symposium, Robert Chesney, director of the Strauss Center for International Security and Law, moderates a panel on emerging threats, technology challenges, and institutional change. Panelists include Michelle Van Cleave, former national counterintelligence executive, Matthew Travis, deputy director of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Agency, Samantha Ravich, fellow at the Foundation for Defense and Democracies, Michael Daniel, former special assistant to the president and White House cybersecurity coordinator, and John Carlin, former assistant attorney general for national security