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.