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President Nixon and the Role of Intelligence in the 1973 Arab-Israeli War
Richard Nixon Presidential Library
January 30, 2013         1:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.


1:00–1:05 Welcome and Introduction of Keynote

Paul Wormser
Acting Director, Richard Nixon Presidential Library


Keynote Address – The Role of Intelligence in the Policymaking Process

Brent Scowcroft (invited)
Advisor to the President For National Security under Ford and Bush


Featured Speaker – Delivering Intelligence to The Policymaker

Andrew Liepman
Former Principal Deputy Director,National Counterterrorism Center


Featured Speaker – CIA Military Analysis during The 1973 War

Charles Allen
Former Under Secretary for Intelligence and Analysis, DHS

2:45–3:00 Break  

Panel #1 – Role of Intelligence in the 1973 War, An Intelligence Analyst Perspective

Matt Penney (chair)
CIA Historian
Richard Kovar
former CIA analyst
Martha Neff Kessler
former CIA analyst
Emile Nakhleh
Former CIA analyst




4:30–5:45 Panel #2 – Intelligence and the 1973 War,
A Policy Perspective

Peter Clement (chair)
Deputy Director for Intelligence, CIA
Emile Nakhleh
University of New Mexico and
former CIA analyst
William Quandt
University of Virginia
Greg Treverton (invited)
Director, RAND Center for
Global Risk and Security

5:45–6:00 Closing Remarks Peter Clement
Deputy Director for Intelligence for
Analytic Programs, CIA
6:00–7:30 Reception  


To reserve a spot for this conference please email or Call Michael Koncewicz at (714) 983-9295.

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