In this episode, we talked with former Congressman Mike Rogers about data privacy, TikTok, the race for 5G supremacy, and the need for American innovation. We also discuss the relationship between Congress and the IC, the PATRIOT Act, and Congressional authority for warfare.
In this special release, we talked with former NSA Director Admiral (Ret.) Mike Rogers about the intelligence community, cyberwarfare, and his service in the US Navy. Admiral Rogers discusses the evolution of intelligence gathering, the impact of rapidly changing technology, implications of the Edward Snowden affair, and whether the US needs a Cyber Force.
In this episode we spoke with former US Attorney for the Eastern District of Michigan and current University of Michigan Law School professor Barbara McQuade. Professor McQuade shares her insights on legal approaches to prosecuting and preventing domestic terrorism, as well as highlights from her legal career.
In this episode, we talked with LTG (Ret.) Michael Nagata about counterterrorism, U.S. Special Operations, and national security decision-making. LTG Nagata covers his experience fighting ISIS, how military tactics have changed, and why he joined the Army. A’ndre Gonawela: This is the Burn Bag podcast. My name is A’ndre Gonawela. Ryan Rosenthal: I’m Ryan Rosenthal.… Read More Ep. 5: War in the Shadows: The Changing Counter-terrorism Landscape with LTG (Ret.) Michael Nagata