This evening, we got former DNI General Counsel Robert Litt on the line for a discussion with Susan Hennessey and Benjamin Wittes of Donald Trump's disclosure of highly classified material to Russian officials.
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This week on the podcast, Jack Goldsmith’s interview of Mark Moyar at the Hoover Book Soiree about Moyar’s new book, Oppose Any Foe: The Rise of America’s Special Operations Forces.
People on Twitter were asking for an emergency podcast on FBI Director James Comey's firing today, and we put together an incredible group to discuss the day's events.
Three months into the Trump presidency, where does the relationship between the President and the intelligence community stand?
At our most recent Hoover Book Soiree, Benjamin Wittes sat down with Russell Miller—editor of a new volume on Privacy and Power: A Transatlantic Dialogue in the Shadow of the NSA-Affair—and Ralf Poscher, who contributed a chapter to the book, to chat about privacy and surveillance oversight post-Snowden.
Mona Sedky, a Justice Department prosecutor who focuses on sextortion, speaks about her work at George Washington University Law School.
As our dependence on cyberspace increases, so too will the urgency of crafting good cybersecurity policy—but the combination of knotty problems in the realms of both technology and law often makes these issues particularly difficult to iron out.
At the Third Triple Entente Beer Summit, the usual Rational Security gang joins up with Stewart Baker and Michael Vatis of the Steptoe Cyberlaw Podcast.
The Lawfare Podcast, Special Emergency Edition: A (Shorter) Primer in Russian Active Measures and Influence Campaigns
An edited-down version of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence's hearing on Russian interference in the U.S. election.
At this week's Hoover Book Soiree, Samuel Tadros of the Hudson Institute and the Hoover Institution sat down with Graeme Wood to discuss his new book, The Way of the Strangers: Encounters with the Islamic State.