Trust and Distrust in the American Political System
Panelists discuss the intersection of U.S. politics and the theory of the “deep state,” including the devolution of public trust in government agencies and what effect this has, how to combat public distrust, and the role and responsibility of U.S. government agencies throughout history.
Former Deputy Director of Central Intelligence for Community Management
Executive Editor, newyorker.com; Author, In Deep: The FBI, the CIA, and the Truth About America’s “Deep State”
Intelligence Studies Project Director, Inman Chair in Intelligence Studies, and Clinical Professor, Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs, University of Texas, Austin; Former Senior Director for Intelligence Programs and Reform, National Security Council
Senior International/Defense Researcher, RAND Corporation; Member, Council on Foreign Relations