The United States is nearly alone in professing that states should not spy for the private sector’s commercial benefit. But could the United States reach better economic and national security outcomes if it joined its adversaries in spying for profit? Melanie Teplinsky of the American University Washington College of Law moderates a panel of cyber security experts: Dmitri Alperovitch, Cofounder and CTO of CrowdStrike and a Nonresident Senior Fellow at the Atlantic Council; Stewart Baker, a Partner at Steptoe & Johnson, LLP; and Harvey Rishikof, Chair of the Advisory Committee for the American Bar Association Standing Committee on Law and National Security. The event took place on July 29, 2015.
The Ambassadors of France (Gerard Araud), Britain (Peter Westmacott), and Germany (Peter Wittig) to the United States join the Atlantic Council to discuss the role of the “E-3” in negotiating a nuclear agreement with Iran, and the implications of a comprehensive long-term deal for European relations with Iran. The panel was moderated by Barbara Slavin.