THIS WEEK’S EPISODE
On this week’s episode of ‘What’s Next?’ Maggie Feldman-Piltch speaks with ASP Consensus for American Security member Colonel Guy Roberts, USMC, (Ret.) to discuss NATO, nuclear weapons, Russia, and America’s relations with its allies.
Colonel Guy Roberts has over thirty years of experience in public policy, foreign affairs, international organizations, bi-lateral and multilateral negotiations on strategic issues, and international legal matters. Until August 2011 he was the Deputy Assistant Secretary General for Weapons of Mass Destruction Policy and Director, Nuclear Policy Planning Directorate for the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). Col. Roberts had a distinguished 25-year career in the US Marine Corps before retiring with the rank of Colonel, holding a wide range of assignments in policy formulation, operations support, negotiations, management, litigation and serving as a policy/legal advisor both in the US and during overseas assignments. He is a member of the International Institute of Strategic Studies and the International Law of War Society. Col. Roberts has written extensively on nonproliferation, arms control, terrorism and law of war issues.
About “What’s Next?”
“What’s Next?” is American Security Project’s weekly, non-partisan podcast series featuring interviews with national security leaders and critical issue experts. Each episode runs about 30 minutes- making it the perfect addition to your DC commute.
Hosted by Maggie Feldman-Piltch and produced by Matthew Wallin, the conversations go beyond the dinner party commentary and offer guests the opportunity to discuss their vision for security in the 21st century, the strategy that vision requires, and what it means for America going forward- in less time than it takes you to get to work. With topics ranging from geo-economics to nuclear security, cultural diplomacy to energy security and asymmetric operations, “What’s Next?” is one of the many ways ASP works to raise the American public’s understanding of complex security issues we face.