Storella Joins Panel on U.S. Foreign Policy and War in Ukraine
In discussing how to explain U.S. support for Ukraine, Ambassador Storella urged that we explain that support for Ukraine is “forward defense,” supporting the country’s ability “to fight there so we will never have to fight here.”
Wippl Recounts Lessons Learned Reviewing Works by CIA Colleagues
Professor Wippl talks about how reviewing these books taught him a lot about intelligence and where he stands on the issues described and considered by the various authors.
Lukes Publishes Op-Ed on Russian and Western Intelligence Services
Professor Lukes outlines the rise of espionage in Russia and the counterbalance from the West that followed, including stories of U.S. intelligence offices.
Woodward Offers Insights on Terrorists and the Institutions That Educated Them
Professor Woodward tells the stories of fifteen terrorists representing nine different Boston-area institutions of higher learning whose crimes span the past 100 years.
Woodward Publishes Review of “The Nazis of Copley Square“
In Professor Woodward’s view, author Charles Gallagher “has vividly brought to life a little known, largely shameful, and eminently intriguing episode of American history in his latest book.”
Najam Outlines Five Fundamental, Structural Changes in the World
Echoing his keynote at the Sustainable Development Policy Institute, Dean Najam outlines global fundamental changes that are happening in five key areas: global power, climate change, the nature of work, intelligence and information, as well as democracy.
Wippl Publishes Review of “A Drop of Treason“
“The author has presented a portrait of a man he considers basically as honorable in his convictions against the CIA and on behalf of the Cuban Revolution. But as presented in this biography, Agee is pathetic rather than honorable.”
Wippl Reviews Spymaster’s Prism: The Fight Against Russian Aggression
“The American political class focuses on the ‘here and now’ and cannot envision why the Russians would interest themselves in any country other than our own.”
Garčević Joins Panel to Discuss Russian Influence in the Balkans
Ambaassador Garčević argued that regional cooperation with other hybrid regimes like Russia and China slows down progress towards EU membership, erodes already weak institutions, and enables white-collar corruption.
Woodward Featured in New Book on Warfare
First Platoon author Jacobsen highlighted Woodward’s background, as a CIA clandestine officer, a lawyer, and a former U.S. Army officer as part of her new book.
Wippl Participates in Event on U.S. Intelligence After Trump
Professor Wippl discussed the incoming Biden administration’s intelligence strategy, how to reverse the damage done to U.S. intelligence agencies, and the new CIA leadership.
Wippl Publishes Book Review of Risk Taker, Spy Maker
“[Michael Broman’s] fascination for [Southeast Asia] is boundless and, therefore, addictive.”
Wippl Interviewed on China’s Intelligence Efforts Against the U.S.
Prof. Joseph Wippl was interviewed for a recent article on China’s intelligence efforts against the United States.
Garcevic Testifies Before Senate Committee on Intelligence
Amb. Vesko Garcevic’s testimony was part of an open hearing focusing on Russian interference in recent and upcoming elections across Europe.
Woodward Gives Talk on Civil War Intelligence
Prof. John D. Woodward Jr. spoke at the California University of Pennsylvania Civil War Round Table on Civil War intelligence activities.
Wippl Speaks at HGARC Espionage Seminar
Prof. Joseph Wippl is a former Central Intelligence Agency officer who spent a 30 year career as an operations officer in the National Clandestine Service.
Wippl Gives Talks on U.S., Transatlantic Intelligence
Prof. Joseph Wippl gave the keynote address as part of the Creating and Challenging the Transatlantic Intelligence Community conference.
Woodward Speaks at University of Pittsburgh
Prof. John Woodward offered his views on recent national security and intelligence-related developments.
Wippl in The Observer on GPS Spoofing
Prof. Joseph Wippl discusses “GPS Spoofing,” a new threat to national security in the United States.
Wippl in Miami Herald on Sharing Intelligence With Cuba
Prof. Joseph Wippl discusses the trade-regulation debate over President Barack Obama’s new 12-page directive on trade and travel to Cuba.