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    The Future of National Security

    Never in recent history has the United States faces so many national security threats. A former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and a previous Deputy Director of the CIA sit down for an in-depth look into the treats facing the country and its ability to respond to each.

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    Future of National Security

    Never in recent history has the United States faces so many national security threats. A former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and a previous Deputy Director of the CIA sit down for an in-depth look into the treats facing the country and its ability to respond to each.

    Mike Mullen
    Former Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff; Retired U.S. Navy Admiral
    Jane Harman
    Director, President & CEO, Woodrow Wilson Center; Former U.S. Representative
    Michael Morell
    Former Deputy Director, CIA

    From a potential nuclear conflict to cyber security to terrorism, never in recent history has the U.S. faced so many national security threats. Technology and geopolitical landscapes are evolving at a rapid rate, which requires the Department of Defense to do the same. Former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Mike Mullen and Former CIA Deputy Director Michael Morell know the threats facing the country as well as anyone.