The MacMillan Center presents:
Christopher Andrew, Emeritus Professor of Modern and Contemporary History and former Chair of the Faculty of History, Cambridge University: “The Lost History of Global Intelligence—and why it matters: The Strange History of American-British Intelligence Relations: from George Washington to Donald J Trump.”
Christopher Andrew is Emeritus Professor of Modern and Contemporary History and former Chair of the Faculty of History at Cambridge University. Founder of the Cambridge Intelligence Seminar and founding co-editor of Intelligence and National Security, he is also Chair of the British Intelligence Study Group and former Official Historian of the British Security Service, MI5. He is Honorary Professor at Queen’s University, Belfast, and former Visiting Professor at Harvard, Toronto and Canberra. Professor Andrew’s latest book, The Secret World: A History of Intelligence (Yale), analyses the period from Moses to Putin. His previous books on the use and abuse of intelligence have appeared on best-seller lists on four continents.