In October 2018, RAND hosted a forum on national security that honors the legacy of Roberta Wohlstetter, a military analyst who worked at RAND from its creation in 1948 until 1965. Panelists discussed the events, capabilities, technologies, and methodologies that demand new concepts for national security and defense.

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Highlights from the 2018 Roberta Wohlstetter Forum on National Security: Gamechangers in 21st Century Warfare. 3:04

Highlights

Oct 24, 2018

Caroline Baxter, Elizabeth Bodine-Baron, Jennifer Kavanagh, Cortney Weinbaum, Yuna Wong, Christine Wormuth, Kimberly Kagan, Melissa Rowe

Caroline Baxter presents opening remarks at the 2018 Robert Wohlstetter Forum on National Security. 9:38

Opening Remarks

Oct 24, 2018

Caroline Baxter

The first panel of the 2018 Roberta Wohlstetter Forum on National Security: "Fighting a Disinformation War." 59:53

First Panel: Fighting a Disinformation War

Oct 24, 2018

Elise Labott, Jennifer Kavanagh, Elizabeth Bodine-Baron, Susan Hennessey

The second panel of the 2018 Roberta Wohlstetter Forum on National Security: "Technology as a Battlefield Game Changer". 58:25

Second Panel: Technology as a Battlefield Game Changer

Oct 24, 2018

Sylvie Lanteaume, Cortney Weinbaum, Elsa B. Kania, Stacie Pettyjohn

The third panel of the 2018 Roberta Wohlstetter Forum on National Security: "Third Panel: The Uncertain Future of Warfare". 53:14

Third Panel: The Uncertain Future of Warfare

Oct 24, 2018

Nadia Bilbassy, Yuna Wong, Cherie Emerson, Lara Schmidt

The keynote conversation of the 2018 Roberta Wohlstetter Forum on National Security featuring Christine Wormuth and Kimberly Kagan. 55:04

Keynote Conversation and Closing Remarks

Oct 24, 2018

Christine Wormuth, Kimberly Kagan, Melissa Rowe

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