Terrorism, Technology, and Globalization

How do we ensure continued development and deployment of life-enhancing technologies while keeping rogue elements - whether nation-states, terrorist organizations, or criminals - from using these tools to further their ends? How do we simultaneously share new discoveries while limiting their proliferation? What can public and private sectors, and national and multinational organizations, do to respond to this challenge? Sir Richard Dearlove, James B. Steinberg, Daniel Benjamin, Rep. Jane Harman and R. James Woolsey discuss with Mike McConnell.

Festival: 2006

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