Security Policies For A Changing World

With DANIEL GALLINGTON, ELAINE DONNELLY, MATTHEW CONTINETTI, GORDON CHANG

DANIEL GALLINGTON, former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for the Territorial Security in the Office of the Secretary of Defense, expands on the legalities that surround the National Security Agency (NSA) in respect to the recent panel report titled Liberty and Security in A Changing World.

ELAINE DONNELLY of the Center for Military Readiness examines the likely consequences—on and off the battlefield—of the Obama administration’s push to allow women to fight on the front lines.

MATTHEW CONTINETTI, editor in chief of the Washington Free Beacon, addresses some of the issues raised in Robert Gates’ new memoir, including the politics of the Obama Administration.

GORDON CHANG, of Forbes.com, explains China’s geo-political advancements and sheds light on the coming challenges U.S. policy makers may likely soon have to face.