Join us for what will surely be an intriguing conversation with Tom Donilon, who served as President Obama's National Security Adviser until June 2013, to explore his experiences in the White House and some of the challenges he faced during his time. "Capping a distinguished career in public service, Tom Donilon served at the highest levels of the Obama White House and advised the President on some of his most consequential foreign policy and national security decisions. He brings to the Duke audience a keen insight into the process of strategy and an extraordinary breadth of knowledge and experience. We are fortunate to have someone of his caliber visit at such a critical time in world affairs," says director of the AGS program, Peter Feaver, who will moderate the discussion with Donilon. Seating is limited and is on a first-come basis. Groups inquiries should be made to Alexandra Pfadt in advance. More details to come.