Amidst mystery, secrecy, and denial it appears that American intelligence officers, military personnel, and diplomats are under a sustained attack which has left officials and family members suffering traumatic neurological injury. Incidents in Havana first came to public light in 2016, but since then the scale and breadth of these mysterious events has accelerated, leaving grievously injured officers and shaken agencies.
As the U.S. government and intelligence community scrambles to determine the source and reason for these attacks, it is becoming clear that clear that the answers to the investigation will raise profound policy issues. Can a cause and culprit be identified? What technology is being used, and for what purpose? What should the U.S. policy response be in reaction to these assaults?
Join the Intelligence Project for a discussion with former CIA officer Marc Polymeropoulos and New Yorker journalist Adam Entous on these questions and more. This conversation will be moderated by Director of the Intelligence Project, Paul Kolbe.
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