Tag Archives: us security

On a Need to Know Basis: Congressional Oversight of the Intelligence Community

Matthew Dotzler, MPP, Staff Writer, Brief Policy Perspectives New World, Old Problems Since September 2001, the United States has faced a new and dangerous world. America’s enemies struck US soil and the American people found a renewed drive to improve national security. Congress and the President set the Intelligence Community (IC) free to make the world […]

GW WonkCast S3E4-2: Evolving U.S. Security Priorities

The newly released 2018 National Defense Strategy gives a summary of our changing security objectives and challenges, including a renewed focus on great power competition. To help us unpack the document and what that means, we’re joined by Special Guest Ian Hutchinson, Editor-in-Chief of the International Affairs Review produced by the Elliott School of International Affairs at […]