Richard Clarke (former United States national coordinator for counter-terrorism) delivers a speech at the annual conference held by the Canadian Association for Security and Intelligence Studies (CASIS), Ottawa, Ont., October 26, 2006.
Mr. Clarke analyzes the lack of confidence that the general public has in the military intelligence community. He suggests causes for this lack of confidence and presents strategies for improving public perception of military intelligence. After his speech, Mr. Clarke answers questions from conference attendees.
Margaret Purdy (former security and intelligence coordinator for the Privy Council Office) makes opening remarks.