At this week's Hoover Book Soiree, Jack Goldsmith interviewed Jameel Jaffer about his new book, The Drone Memos: Targeted Killing, Secrecy, and the Law.
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The FBI and intelligence community have received explosive allegations that Donald Trump’s staff had contacts with Russian government officials connected to the recent hacking campaign, and that the Russian government has blackmail material on the president-elect. Intelligence chiefs brief Congress—and Trump—on what they know about who was behind the hacking. And what do new revelations—and unproven allegations—mean for the future of Trump’s Cabinet picks and his national security policy.
This episode features an interview with Davis Hake and Niko Sell, two contributors to CSIS’s Cybersecurity Agenda for the 45th President. The gang also discusses Russian hacking, Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin, Apple's surrender to Chinese censorship, and more.
We bring Lawfare managing editor Susan Hennessey and former GCHQ information security specialist Matt Tait on the podcast to discuss evidence of Russian attempts to influence the presidential election and Trump's baffling response.
The Obama administration sanctions the Russians it says were involved in election hacking, while President-Elect Trump continues to insist the Russians aren’t to blame. North Korea says it’s close to developing a nuclear missile that could strike U.S. targets. And the latest not-really-a-ceasefire takes hold in Syria.
The gang starts 2017 the way they ended 2016, mocking the left/lib bias of stories about intercept law. They also discuss Russian election interference, the Wassenaar effort to control exports of "intrusion software," and privacy class action practice.
Evan Perkoski and Michael Poznansky come on the podcast to discuss their War on the Rocks piece on "An Eye for an Eye: Deterring Russian Cyber Intrusions."
A leaked memo lays out Trump’s priorities for the Pentagon. The Chinese return an underwater U.S. Navy drone. And what does this week’s spate of terrorist attacks portend for 2017?
Fresh off a redeye from Israel, I interview Matthew Green of the Johns Hopkins Information Security Institute. The crew also discusses Russian intrusion into the U.S. election, EU privacy regulations, and more.
A discussion with Shane Harris of the Wall Street Journal, Director of the National Counterterrorism Center Matthew Olsen, and Lawfare's own Susan Hennessey, Timothy Edgar, and Carrie Cordero on the relationship between the intelligence community and the next administration.