The Honorable Chris Miller was unanimously confirmed by the Senate as the director of the national Counterterrorism center. He served as the acting secretary of defense of the United States for the final months of the Trump administration. Prior to becoming a political appointee, Chris was an Army Green Beret, head of counterterrorism and transnational threats at the National Security Council, and a senior official for the US Department of Defense’s special operations and irregular warfare efforts. He is currently an advisor to Highlander Partners LP, in Dallas, Texas on defense matters and the acting chief revenue officer at Dzyne Aerotechnologies, specializing in autonomy.
Preparing the Department of Defense for Irregular and Special Warfare
Join Hudson Institute for a discussion with the authors of the report; Douglas Farah, the founder and president of IBI Consultants; and Román Ortiz, senior consultant with IBI Consultants. The speakers will discuss the strategy behind Russia’s disinformation efforts, the tools and tactics that have been most effective, and how the US and its allies can counter disinformation campaigns.
Hudson Institute Senior Fellow and Director of the Keystone Defense Initiative Rebeccah Heinrichs will host Sen. Rounds to discuss the B-21’s role in the United States’ twenty-first-century deterrence mission.
Please join Hudson Institute and the Progressive Policy Institute (PPI) for a discussion with Representatives Chrissy Houlahan (D-PA) and Don Bacon (R-NE) on these critical questions. The event will be moderated by Hudson Senior Fellow Luke Coffey and Tamar Jacoby, who directs PPI’s New Ukraine Project, with brief opening remarks from Hudson President John Walters.