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Rational Security: The 'Are You Suuure?' Edition

Hawaii authorities mistakenly warn citizens they’re about to be hit by a ballistic missile. The FBI warns Jared Kushner about his relationship with a prominent Chinese-American. And we talk updates on L’Affaire Russe. Plus, Tamara goes old school with a report on Russia. I give an after-action report on the Rational Security dating service. And Shane wants you to hear—and see—Sophia Yan live in concert.


The Lawfare Podcast: David Anderson on the United Kingdom's Intelligence Policies

This week, Shannon Togawa Mercer and Benjamin Wittes interviewed David Anderson QC, who served as the U.K. Government's Independent Reviewer of Terrorism Legislation from 2011 to 2017. Anderson has appeared 150 times in the E.U.'s Court of Justice and the General Court in Luxembourg and is one of the country's leading experts in national security law. He joined Mercer and Wittes for a conversation on his career, his role reviewing terrorism legislation, the changing nature of intelligence in the U.K., and much more. 


The Lawfare Podcast: Through the Looking Glass with Mike Doran, Part II

In Part II of my lengthy conversation with my former colleague Michael Doran, we talk in detail about the Russia investigation. Doran is a Middle East policy specialist, who served in the George W. Bush White House, at the State Department, and at the Pentagon. He is unusual among Washington foreign policy and national security experts in being vocally supportive of President Trump and dismissive of the Trump-Russia allegations.

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