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Date:

December 7

Time:

04:00 pm - 05:00 pm

Organizer

Duke in DC

Email: elizabeth.devitt@duke.edu

The evolving focus of national security and U.S. priorities are always hotly debated issues in Washington, D.C. Yet in our current moment these debates have taken on a new urgency. Today we see a plethora of new and progressing national security issues demanding adequate governmental action including climate change, cyber security, and evolving domestic threats. How will these and other emerging issues impact the future of national security?

At this special Duke in DC seminar, you will get a chance to hear from and question leading practitioners with decades of experience in key policy roles as well as top academics and researchers studying these pressing matters.

Join Duke in DC and the Sanford School for Public Policy for a discussion with a group of experts – Susan Gordon, Former U.S. Principal Deputy Director of National Intelligence and Duke University Rubenstein Fellow, and Tim Nichols, Visiting Professor of the Practice in the Sanford School of Public Policy and Former Intelligence Officer in the Marine Corps – moderated by the Sanford School for Public Policy Dean Judith Kelley.

This program is part of a year-long celebration of 50 years of Public Policy at Duke.

You can RSVP to attend the event here.