The United States of America must act boldly as we confront a dangerous world. And we must not only speak as an exceptional nation – we must act like one. America has a unique place in the world as its global leader and a stabilizing force for good. A coherent national security strategy requires a recognition of the world the way it is, and not the way we wish it were. “

The Honorable Mike Rogers

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Resident within the prestigious Center for the Study of the Presidency & Congress the Mike Rogers Center for Intelligence and Global Affairs convenes leading thinkers in the policy community, government, technology sector, media and academia to develop big and bold ideas to address today’s most complex national security and foreign policy challenges.

The United States of America must act boldly as we confront a dangerous world. And we must not only speak as an exceptional nation – we must act like one. America has a unique place in the world as its global leader and a stabilizing force for good. A coherent national security strategy requires a recognition of the world the way it is, and not the way we wish it were.

The Honorable Mike Rogers

FinalMRC-KOThe Mike Rogers Center for Intelligence and Global Affairs convenes leading thinkers in the policy community, government, technology sector, media and academia to develop big and bold ideas to address today’s most complex national security and foreign policy challenges.

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The Encryption Debate


By Lesley Stahl, 60 Minutes “The argument over encryption between Apple and the FBI reminds us that the world is facing a far more tech-savvy terror threat. While not that long ago al Qaeda often handled its communications by going back to the Stone Age relying on...