Frederick Fleitz

Frederick Fleitz

Frederick H. Fleitz, Jr. is a Senior Fellow with the Center for Security Policy who served in U.S. government national security positions for 25 years with the Central Intelligence Agency, Defense Intelligence Agency, Department of State, and the U.S. House of Representatives Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence. Wikipedia*

On the C-SPAN Networks:
Frederick Fleitz has four videos in the C-SPAN Video Library; the first appearance was a 2012 House Committee as a Senior Analyst for the Central Intelligence Agency. The year with the highest average number of views per program was 2015 with an average of 1,562 views per program as a Founder and Chief Analyst for the Langley Intelligence Group Network. Most appearances with James Phillips (2), John Hilboldt (2). Most common tag: Iran.

Appearances by Title:c. February 1, 2015 - Present Senior Vice President, Policy and Programs, Center for Security Policy Videos: 1

Previously

Founder and Chief Analyst, Langley Intelligence Group Network c. May 1, 2011 - c. January 1, 2013 Videos: 1 Senior Analyst, Central Intelligence Agency - January 1, 2012 Videos: 2

Recent Appearances

  • Future of Iran Nuclear Deal

    Future of Iran Nuclear Deal

    Panelists talked about the current status and future of the Iran nuclear agreement. They were critical of the agreement’s…

  • Combating Terrorism

    Combating Terrorism

    Panelists talked about strategy for combating Islamic extremism following recent attacks in Paris, Australia, Nigeria, and Canada.They were…

  • Nuclear Deal with Iran

    Nuclear Deal with Iran

    Panelists talked about the agreement the U.S. and five other global powers (P5+1) reached with Iran on a six-month test freeze of the…

  • North Korea's New Leader and U.S. Policy

    North Korea's New Leader and U.S. Policy

    Witnesses testified on U.S. policy toward North Korea and possible security risks posed by the country’s new regime, and a recent…

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