Why Foreign Talent is Critical to National Security: A conversation with Joseph Votel and Christine Fox

Brookings Event Why Foreign Talent Is Critical To National Security

At a July 7 panel hosted by the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) and Brookings, General Joseph Votel, USA (Ret.) spoke alongside former Acting Deputy Secretary of Defense Christine Fox. Watch the video to see Votel and Fox draw from their own experiences at the highest levels of U.S. defense policymaking and military command to share their perspectives on the role of human talent as a national security asset.

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