What is our future as a country, as a people? Elections help to determine our future. This year, the elections matter more than most because we need to apply the brakes on a runaway presidency. But before we vote, we need to discuss the issues that matter, not just polls and scandals, issues that will shape our future.
- EP01 | America's Greatest Political Analyst
September 10th with President Bill Clinton
- EP02 | Is Terrorism Still a Threat?
September 10th with Nick Rasmussen & Mike Sheehan
- EP03 | The Incredible Shrinking Superpower
September 17th with Ambassador Susan Rice
- EP04 | Nuclear Deals and Dealing with Nukes
September 24th with Ambassador Wendy Sherman
- EP05 | Fascism in the 21st Century
October 1st with Secretary Madeleine Albright
- EP06 | Assault on the Media
October 8th with Brian Ross & Rhonda Schwartz
- EP07 | Is Nuclear War Back?
October 15th with Fred Kaplan & David Schwartz
- EP08 | Cyber War and Defending Democracy
October 22nd with Rob Knake and Eric Rosenbach
- EP09 | Veterans in Congress
October 29th with Congressman Seth Moulton
- EP10 | Jobs in the New Economy
November 5th with Governor Terry McAuliffe
October 22nd, 2018
Cyber experts Rob Knake and Eric Rosenbach speak on the ability of political actors to conduct foreign policy in the cyber domain. We look at the impacts that we have seen so far on infrastructure and the election system, how we can thwart future attempts on our digital democracy, and how we can prevent a full-fledged cyber war.Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | iHeartRadio | PodcastApp | RSS
About Richard Clarke
Richard Clarke did thirty years of government service in the White House, State Department, and the Pentagon. He was America’s top counterterrorism official for Presidents Clinton and Bush (43). He was the nation’s first cyber czar. Earlier, President Bush (41) nominated and the Senate confirmed Dick for Assistant Secretary of State for Politico-Military Affairs. In the Reagan Administration he was Deputy Assistant Secretary for Intelligence. On 9-11, Dick served as the national crisis manager from the White House.
Since leaving government, Dick served on President Obama’s Review Group on Intelligence and Technology and on the governor’s cyber commission in New York and Virginia. He taught for five years at Harvard’s Kennedy School, and for fifteen years was an on-air ABC News national security consultant. He has published eight books, including four novels and a number one New York Times best seller in non-fiction. He is the Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Middle East Institute. He is CEO of Good Harbor Security Risk Management.