Independent Task Force Report on Energy and U.S. Foreign Policy

Speakers:
John Deutch Institute Professor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Former Director of Central Intelligence; Former Deputy Secretary of Defense; Task Force Chair
James R. Schlesinger Senior Adviser, Lehman Brothers; Former Secretary of Defense; Former Secretary of Energy; Task Force Chair
David G. Victor Adjunct Senior Fellow for Science & Technology, Council on Foreign Relations; Task Force Director
Description

The Independent Task Force examines the crucial role of oil and gas in U.S. national security, and takes careful stock of the domestic and foreign policy options of the United States to address this vulnerability. Join the Task Force Chairs and Task Force Director for the official release of the report's findings.

**Please note special time and location**

9:00 - 9:30 a.m. Reception
9:30 - 10:30 a.m. Meeting

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