Intelligence Challenges in the 21st Century: Intelligence Failures During the Cold War

Join GSPIA’s Matthew B. Ridgway Center in presenting a conference on Intelligence Challenges in the 21st Century: Looking Back and Looking Forward. Panel 1 investigates intelligence failures during the Cold War.

Jackson Doyle presents on “The Perfect Failure: Bay of Pigs Invasion”

Ryan Franzer presents on “The Failure of Intelligence in the Cuban Missile Crisis”

Intelligence Challenges in the 21st Century: Panel 2 on Current Intelligence Challenges

Join GSPIA’s Matthew B. Ridgway Center in presenting a conference on Intelligence Challenges in the 21st Century: Looking Back and Looking Forward. Panel 2 looks at the current challenges in dealing with strategic intelligence and security issues.

Erin Butkowski, GSPIA: The Unholy Trinity: An ACH on AQIM, Boko Haram, and al-Shabaab

Ted Masten, GSPIA: Shale Fracking, a catalyst for change in international security

GSPIA’s Ridgway Center Presents the Inaugural Paul Hammond Memorial Lecture: Dr. Robert Jervis

The Paul Hammond Memorial Lecture was held on Wednesday, Feb. 26 by the Matthew B. Ridgway Center at the Graduate School of Public and International Affairs. The inaugural lecture featured Dr. Robert Jervis, the Adlai E. Stevenson Professor of International Politics at Columbia University. Dr. Jervis spoke about the state of security and intelligence studies in the global context.

GSPIA’s Matthew B. Ridgway Center presents a talk with the American Security Project

The Matthew B. Ridgway Center hosted guest speakers Brigadier General Stephen Cheney (USMC), and Dr. David Titley, Rear Admiral (USN), on Feb. 11 to discuss the impact of climate change in areas such as national security, food insecurity, extreme weather and water depletion. The American Security Project is a non-profit seeking to extend the message of climate change to include a national security component and reach those who have been skeptics thus far.