Best of Special Featuring Jason Matheny, Director of IARPA
Ambassador James Dobbins on America's Future Abroad
Former Estonian President Toomas Hendrik Ilves on Russia, Fake News, and Twitterbots
Appraisal of Trump's First G20 Summit
Secretary Ray Mabus on Innovation in the Navy
15 Minutes with Former Members of the Armed Services
15 Minutes is an interview podcast with the biggest names in the global security space. This week, The Cipher Brief celebrates Independence Day by looking back at interviews we did with men who served this country in the Armed Forces. From Robert 'Buzz' Patterson, a former air force pilot and military aide to President Clinton, to Senator John McCain, a former naval pilot and POW, to Jack Keane, a retired four-star general, these men have made important sacrifices for and contributions to national security.
Secretary James on Space Based Missile Defense
15 Minutes is an interview podcast with the biggest names in the global security space. As the 23rd Secretary of the Air Force under President Obama, one of Deborah Lee James' principal concerns was U.S. advancement un space. She believes it's mission-critical for the United States to better protect its satellite communication and missile warning systems. The Cipher Brief's Fritz Lodge joined Secretary James for a discussion on the role of U.S. armed forces in space - and some of the game-changing advancements that may come soon in space-based missile defense.
The Rising Tensions Between America and Russia Over Syria
I'm Jack Keane, retired four-star general, former Vice Chief of Staff of the U.S. Army and a member of The Cipher Brief network. A U.S. jet shot down a Syrian warplane that was dropping bombs near U.S. led, anti-ISIS fighters in Syria. In response, Russia has threatened to target U.S. and coalition aircraft flying over Syria east of the Euphrates River. So what does this escalation of tensions between the U.S. and Russia mean? Here's my perspective, In My Own Words, no holds barred.
Sandy Grimes on the Rick Ames Mole Hunt
Scott Carpenter on Using Technology to Stay Safe Online
There’s seldom a day that we don’t hear about cyber attacks, hacks, and how governments and the general public should protect against cyber threats or criminals. One company says its mission is to use technology to do just that: keep people safe online. The company’s called Jigsaw. It’s a technology incubator created by Google. But how do they do it? The Cipher Brief’s Leone Lakhani spends 15 minutes with Jigsaw’s Managing Director Scott Carpenter to find out.