At the end of World War II, American national security was unquestioned. Since then we've spent vast sums to improve our security, yet our nation now can be destroyed in under an hour. What went wrong?
When Marty met his wife Dorothie over 50 years ago, they fell madly in love. But ten years, two kids, and a mortgage later, they were close to divorce. What went wrong?
This talk shows why the solution to both problems will allow humanity to not only survive, but also thrive in the nuclear age.
A statement of support for Marty's current project on "Rethinking National Security" has been signed by Stanford's President Emeritus John Hennessy, a former Director of NSA, and Ronald Reagan's Ambassador to Moscow, among others.
Marty is Professor Emeritus of Electrical Engineering here at Stanford, affiliated with our Center for International Security and Cooperation (CISAC). He is also an Adjunct Senior Fellow for Nuclear Risk Analysis at the Federation of American Scientists. His work in cyber security won him the million dollar ACM Turing Award, computer science's highest honor.
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