On Thursday, April 21, two intelligence experts from Georgetown University-Robert Galluci and Jennifer Sims-came to Boalt for “Intelligence and the Problem of Rogue States.” Galluci, the dean of the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service (SFS) at Georgetown, has served as ambassador at large with the Department of State and as special envoy to deal with the threat posed by the proliferation of ballistic missiles and weapons of mass destruction. Sims is currently a professorial lecturer at SFS, a freelance writer and private consultant in Washington, D.C. She has served as deputy assistant secretary of state for intelligence coordination and as the Department of State’s first coordinator for intelligence resources and planning.
The discussion was part of a public lecture series event, U.S. Foreign Policy after 9/11, that examines U.S. foreign policy in the aftermath of 9/11, the Iraq war and the 2004 presidential elections. It was sponsored by the UC Berkeley Institute of International Studies with support from the Chancellor’s Office and the Travers Program on U.S. Foreign Policy.
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