In a November 4 essay posted on Foreign Policy’s "Shadow Government” site, Intelligence Studies Project Director Steve Slick proposed that future presidents curtail the practice of offering pre-election intelligence briefings to the major party candidates.
Glenn Gerstell, the General Counsel of the National Security Agency (NSA), visited the University of Texas at Austin last week to discuss his experiences leading NSA’s Office of General Counsel (OGC) and to share insights on legal issues currently confronting the U.S. Intelligence Community.
Steve Slick recently reviewed Solomon's The Iran Wars: Spy Games, Bank Battles, and the Secret Deals that Reshaped the Middle East (Random House, 2016) for the Lawfare Blog.
Intelligence Studies Senior Fellow Paul Pope recently contributed to the Lawfare Blog with a book review of David Priess’s The President’s Book of Secrets: The Untold Story of Intelligence Briefings to America’s Presidents from Kennedy to Obama (PublicAffairs, 2016).
Damien Van Puyvelde, Deputy Director of the National Security Studies program at the University of Texas at El Paso, recently published the article “Fusing Drug Enforcement: A Study of the El Paso Intelligence Center” in Intelligence and National Security.
ISP and the LBJ School’s Nuclear Proliferation Prevention Project hosted a discussion about the importance of timely intelligence in nuclear proliferation policy featuring Henry Sokolski, executive director of the nonprofit Nonproliferation Policy Education Center and ISP Director Steve Slick.
The Intelligence Studies Project at UT-Austin is pleased to announce that J. Paul Pope has joined our team as a Senior Fellow. Paul will serve simultaneously as a Clinical Professor on the faculty of the LBJ School of Public Affairs.
In advance of the first 2016 presidential debate, Marc Thiessen pulled together a collection of foreign policy thinkers, including Director Slick, to answer this question for the AEI Blog.
The Strategy Bridge's "Monday Musings” are designed to get quick, insightful thoughts based around three questions. The original post can be accessed here.