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Former CIA Director John Deutch | The Future of US Nuclear Deterrence

March 30, 2017

MIT Professor Emeritus and former US Director of Central Intelligence John Deutch spoke about the future of US nuclear security as part of the Henry M. Jackson/James R. Schlesinger Visitor Lecture Series.

The public lecture marked the inauguration of the Henry M. Jackson/James R. Schlesinger Visitor Lecture Series, a program funded by the Henry M. Jackson Foundation and supports a distinguished practitioner of U.S. foreign policy at the Jackson School of International Studies.

Dr. John Deutch served as Director of the Central Intelligence Agency from 1995-1996, where he was head of the Intelligence Community (all foreign intelligence agencies of the United States). Prior, he served as Deputy Secretary of Defense (1994-1995) and Undersecretary of Defense for Acquisitions and Technology (1993-1994).

Read more about this lecture on the Jackson School website.

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