Mar 11, 2022
With Fmr. Sec. Homeland Security Jeh Johnson and Gen. (Ret.) Carter Ham with Ana Cabrera
The invasion of Ukraine presents a major escalation in Russia’s provocation of Europe and the West — but for years, US military and national security experts saw potential conflict in a myriad of cybersecurity breaches and threats. What does the war in Ukraine mean for US national security? Join CNN Newsroom anchor Ana Cabrera in conversation with Former Secretary of Homeland Security under President Obama Jeh Johnson and retired four-star General Carter Ham for a crucial briefing on the state of national security. Combining insider perspectives and up-to-date analysis of the conflict in Ukraine, Johnson and Ham discuss how Russia’s aggressive military action plays into a year-long strategy to test the limits of US democracy and silence dissent at home. Hear them discuss how the situation in Ukraine is altering the arc of US foreign strategy, changing our relationship with the European Union, pushing us into a new era of national security, and much more.