The outcome of the 2020 presidential election will have a lasting impact on critical domestic and national security and intelligence issues. Questions surrounding the use and role of intelligence in combatting climate change, domestic extremism, and pandemic will play an important role in shaping the future of United States national security policy and the nature of the intelligence community itself.  At the same time, never has the role of intelligence in formulation of  national security policy been more important, or more under attack. 

Please join the Intelligence Project for a post-election conversation with Belfer Center Senior Fellow, Gen (ret.) James. R Clapper, on Monday November 9th, 2020. In this session, Clapper will share his post-election observations, advice for an intelligence agenda for the next administration, and his views on the politicization of intelligence.