Distinguished Speaker Series
The Daniel Morgan Graduate School Distinguished Speaker Series is specifically designed to bring together speakers with divergent opinions on national security with the goal of enabling the public to engage in robust and informed discussions. It has hosted some of the most distinguished and influential leaders, thinkers, and practitioners of the national security community. These members of the national security community have provided our students, faculty, and guests with first-rate analysis of some of the most pressing challenges of our time.
Daniel Morgan Graduate School will continue to host speakers who can help prepare the next generation of leaders, scholars, and practitioners to develop actionable solutions to global and domestic security challenges.
The views and opinions expressed in the lecture series do not necessarily reflect the official position of Daniel Morgan Graduate School, its administration, faculty, or students.
Jody R. Westby Argues that Additional Legal Framework is Necessary for Geo-Cyber Stability at Daniel Morgan Graduate School event
Daniel Morgan Graduate School (DMGS) was pleased to host Ms. Westby on July 26, 2018 as she discussed the most noteworthy cyber attacks involving nation state activity and described the current international legal framework as it applies to the cyber domain.
Daniel Morgan Graduate School Hosts Geopolitics of Energy Roundtable Hosted by Paul Michael Wihbey (Video)
On 30th May 2018, Daniel Morgan Graduate School of National Security (DMGS) was pleased to host a special panel on the Geopolitics of Energy. Topics discussed in the first part of the panel included President Trump, NATO and natural gas. The second part of the panel focused on the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Iran and oil.
DMGS Hosts Saudi Aramco IPO Panel Discussion Featuring Brigadier General Tom Cosentino and Paul Michael Wihbey
Brigadier General Consentino concludes: "I don't see a flood of American business investment into Saudi Arabia if they don't embrace a culture of dynamic change."
General Michael Hayden grapples with the current administration's handling of many pressing national security issues including the threats posed by a nuclear North Korea, a nuclear Iran, acts of terrorism on U.S. soil, and U.S. relations with Russia.
DMGS was pleased to host Retired Special Agent Gary Rohen who discussed the Alt-Right, its origins, development, and current status, culminating with a discussion of the Charlottsville incident.
"At least part of the answer to the question of how the U.S. is to deal with today's Russia lies in drawing from the past," declares former senior CIA executive Mark Kelton in his article published recently by The Cipher Brief.
Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Instagram Youtube Daniel Morgan Graduate School of National Security (DMGS) hosted a noontime forum on April 3 with former House Intelligence Committee Chairman Mike Rogers . In that role, Rogers oversaw the $70 billion U.S. Intelligence...
Will Putin’s new term as president lead to policies that revitalize Russia, or is the country stuck with many more years of economic stagnation and political repression?
The United States does not today have a missile defense that is adequate to stop a North Korean missile attack.
Dr. Lowenthal discussed with students intelligence challenges he expects the U.S. will encounter, such as the democratization of intelligence and big data analysis.