ASU's Center On The Future Of War Holds D.C. Conference On International Security
Security is a word and concept that has become increasingly prevalent in our lives as more of us are tied to our smartphones and the internet almost every minute we’re awake. But in the bigger picture, security also encompasses the military, international conflicts and foreign policy.
ASU’s Center on the Future of War is holding its latest conference — the Future Security Forum — on Monday in Washington, D.C. Its speakers and panelists will address multiple aspects of security, including cyber war, proxy warfare and the space force.
Daniel Rothenberg is co-director of the center and joined The Show to discuss some of these ideas.