CIR: The U.S. Military Confronts the Future with Gen. Gaskin and Rear Adm. Hamby - Shared screen with speaker view
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Folks - start typing your questions for the panelists right here!
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How do you identify Russian bots/trolls in the news or social media? More specifically how can youth be more aware of this problem?
“Political engineering,” with military procurement spread over 435 congressional districts, seems to have bloated the U.S. defense budget and encouraged too-ambitious, but also unfocused defense policies. Is that impression correct, and if so, what can be done to make it more cogent and focused?
What would it take for the world to come to an agreement on international cyber norms, considering Russia's resistance? Do you think the world will be willing to accept the U.S. in a leadership role under a new administration considering our withdrawals from various negotiations and agreements?
In early June, some 700 active duty troops were mobilized from the 82nd Airborne Division and another 900 from bases in Maryland and Virginia to threaten/defend Washington D.C. but were sent home after several days. Is this gradual administration and active duty mission creep?
Given that the Russians have a long-standing tradition, preceding the 1917 Revolution, of disinformation, is at all possible to get them to abandon this practice?
Great media bias chart