The Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats discussed international security challenges and the need for a young workforce to join the intelligence community Thursday at the University of Texas at Austin. The “U.S. Intelligence: Confronting 21st Century Challenges” symposium was hosted by The UT Intelligence Studies Project, Clements Center for National Security, Robert Strauss International Security and Law, and the LBJ School of Public Affairs,
The U.S. intelligence community and private sector companies such as Round Rock-based Dell Technologies Inc. are discussing ways to work together in an evolving threat environment, Director of National Intelligence Daniel Coats said. Coates visited UT Austin as part of the Intelligence Studies' Project #UTIntel Symposium.
He had a strong record at the CIA. But will Trump let him succeed at the State Department? Will Inboden discusses.
Prof. Paul Pope comments on the seventieth anniversary of "the most important piece of national security legislation ever passed," the National Security Act, passed by a Republican Congress and signed into law by Democratic President Harry S. Truman.
The extent to which Trump campaign officials and others across America’s political landscape “unwittingly” aided Russia’s efforts to wreak havoc on the 2016 election is an increasing focus of competing federal investigations into Moscow’s alleged meddling, according to current and former officials familiar with the probes. LBJ professor Stephen Slick weighs in.
LBJ Professor Paul Pope calls for reflection this Independence Day.
President Trump said on Wednesday that Susan E. Rice, the former national security adviser, may have committed a crime by seeking to learn the identities of Trump associates swept up in surveillance of foreign officials by United States spy agencies, repeating an assertion his allies in the news media have been making since last week. LBJ Professor Stephen Slick weighs in.