How will the world scene evolve over the near-term and long-term? How will these changes affect the United States politically, economically, and militarily? And, as the security threats of the future go, will terrorism be a first-order concern, like now, or a second-order concern, like before? Some of the nation’s keenest intelligence analysts will grapple with these questions.
Dr. Mathew Burrows, Counselor, National Intelligence Council
Charles Allen, Former Under Secretary of Homeland Security for Intelligence and Analysis; Principal, The Chertoff Group
John McLaughlin, Former Acting and Deputy Director, Central Intelligence Agency; Distinguished Practitioner-in-Residence, Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies
Maurice Sonnenberg, Co-Chairman, National Commission for the Review of the Research and Development Programs of the United States Intelligence Community
MODERATOR: Dina Temple-Raston, Counterterrorism Correspondent, NPR