Is Bipartisan National Security Policy Possible in Today's Political Environment?
Should the United States make a nuclear deal with Iran? What threat do cyber attacks pose to our nation? Should there be intelligence reform? In this episode, Mike Rogers addresses these and other pressing national security questions of the day, including the role of national security in the 2016 presidential race. John Parachini, director of the RAND Intelligence Policy Center, introduced the talk, and Andrew Parasiliti, director of the RAND Center for Global Risk and Security, moderated.
The event was co-sponsored by the Center for Global Risk and Security and the Intelligence Policy Center.
Michael J. "Mike" Rogers—a former FBI agent, Rogers represented Michigan's eighth Congressional District for seven two-year terms and was also a member of the Energy and Commerce Committee. He now hosts a nationally syndicated Westwood One radio show and is a CNN national security contributor.