Lawfare's managing editor Susan Hennessey is the guest on the special Thanksgiving edition of Rational Security.
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Charles Lister comes back on the show for an in-depth discussion on jihadism in Syria. Some of the topics covered include:
Charlie Savage, New York Times national security reporter and author of the newly released book Power Wars: Inside Obama’s Post-9/11 Presidency, sits down with Lawfare’s Jack Goldsmith for a detailed discussion of the Obama administration’s national security legacy.
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In light of the recent attacks in Paris, Timothy Holman comes on the show to discuss the history of French and Belgian jihadi networks. Some of the topics covered include:
Assistant Attorney General John Carlin speaks with Benjamin Wittes at the Atlantic Council.
This week on the show, we go all CNN on you and talk plane crashes: Will we ever know how a Russian airliner fell from the sky in Egypt? Does it matter or does it only matter what Vladimir Putin thinks brought the plane down?
Episode #88 of the podcast features an in-depth discussion of China’s Great Cannon with Adam Kozy and Johannes Gilger of Crowdstrike.