Thursday, January 5, 2017
5:15PM-6:15PM, Doors Open 4:30PM,
Please join the IOP as it welcomes the Director of the Central Intelligence Agency, John Brennan. Following three decades of service at the CIA, Mr. Brennan was appointed Director by President Obama in 2013 and has worked at the forefront of the country’s counterterrorism and national security efforts. From the battle against ISIS to cyber attacks from Russia and China, how is the United States responding to growing threats to national security? What emerging threats are on the horizon? And how is technology changing the world of intelligence gathering? Director Brennan will draw upon his vast experience at the agency to provide insight and analysis on the constantly evolving nature of threats and the role of US intelligence in world affairs.
This discussion will be moderated by UChicago Professor of Political Science Robert Pape.
Guests must register by noon on Monday, October 24. Register here.
Please arrive early to allow time for security check. No signs or large bags will be permitted into the Assembly Hall.
Presented by the Global Voices Lecture Series and the Institute of Politics.