You can't make this stuff up. The Russian government hacks the Democratic National Committee. Is Moscow trying to swing the election for Donald Trump? Will it work or backfire?
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The Lawfare Podcast: Steve Budiansky on "Code Warriors: NSA's Codebreakers and the Secret Intelligence War Against the Soviet Union"
Steve Budiansky at the Hoover Book Soiree.
What’s the argument in favor of hacking back that is best calculated to infuriate the State Department? We talk hackback with Jeremy and Ariel Rabkin, the father and son team that produced a thoughtful paper on the topic for the Hoover Institution. And David Kris comes on the show as a special guest to discuss the Justice Department's new legislative proposal to allow foreign nations to obtain information from US data repositories.
Your government has been lying to you. For years, you've been hearing about "the 28 pages"; it's actually 29. Plus, a terrorist in Nice, France, kills more than 80 people celebrating Bastille Day. And Turkey’s president hangs onto power following an attempted coup.
Will McCants, a Senior Fellow at Brookings and the Director of the Project on US Relations with the Islamic World, comes on the podcast to discuss ISIS’s involvement in the recent spate of terrorist attacks across the globe. Is the terrorist group on the wane?
In a supplement to Episode 124, Rep. Will Hurd (R-TX) comes on the show to discuss cybersecurity, his time in the CIA, and his work in Congress.
Police officers in Dallas use a robot-bomb to kill the man who murdered five police officers. A tribunal rules that China is violating international law over its territorial claims in the South China Sea. And the GOP platform committee eliminates language that supports a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
This week’s news roundup is dominated by the European Union and the Ninth Circuit. The gang discusses the EU Parliament's approval of the Privacy Shield program that replaces Safe Harbor, along with the Ninth Circuit's ruling on password sharing in US v. Nosal and oral argument in US v. Mohammud.
We took out all the crap and bring you just the questions and just the answers in James Comey's showdown with the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee.
Hillary Clinton will not be prosecuted over her use of a private email server. The death toll of a bombing in Baghdad approaches 300. And the death of a Navy sailor raises concerns about the training of elite military operators.