Negroponte on American National Security Priorities for 2020

Date/Time
Date(s) - 09/13/19
3:45 pm - 4:00 pm

Location
Chicago Council on Global Affairs

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Chicago Council


Negroponte on American National Security Priorities for 2020

Chicago Council on Global Affairs

John Negroponte, Vice Chairman, McLarty Associates; Former Deputy Secretary of State; Former Ambassador to the United Nations

John Negroponte, former director of national intelligence and ambassador to the United Nations, explores the national security priorities of American voters – and the campaign pledges of the candidates – heading into the 2020 presidential election. Where do Americans stand on security threats, alliances, military intervention, and are their attitudes shifting? The career diplomat and national security expert joins the Council’s Brian Hanson to discuss the findings of the 2019 Chicago Council Survey of American public opinion on US foreign policy and the nation’s global priorities ahead of the election.

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John Negroponte

Vice Chairman, McLarty Associates; Former Deputy Secretary of State; Former Ambassador to the United Nations

John Negroponte served in the United States Foreign Service from 1960 to 1997. He returned to government service in the George W. Bush administration from 2001 until 2009, serving first as US permanent representative to the United Nations, he then transitioned to ambassador to Iraq, then as the first director of national intelligence and, finally as deputy secretary of state. He joined McLarty Associates, where he serves as vice chairman, in 2009 upon retiring from government. Since 2009, Negroponte has also lectured at Yale, his alma mater, George Washington University, and the University of Virginia.

 

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