On this week's podcast, Jack Goldsmith interviews Graham Allison on Allison's new book, Destined for War: Can America and China Escape Thucydides's Trap?.
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President Trump’s eldest son met with a Kremlin-connected lawyer to get Russian government dirt on Hillary Clinton. Iraqi forces liberate the city of Mosul from ISIS. And Trump and Putin sit down for their first face-to-face meeting. Plus, I read the best Hamilton quotation ever. And Susan finds the secret Comey tapes!
In episode 26 of the National Security Law Podcast, Bobby Chesney and Steve Vladeck discuss Jaber v. United States, revelations about Donald Trump, Jr.'s meeting with a Russian lawyer, three developments at the military commissions, and more.
In this episode, we interview Jim Miller, co-chair of a Defense Science Board panel that reported on how the US is postured for cyberconflict and the importance of deterrence. The short answer: deterring cyberconflict is important because our strategic cyberconflict posture sucks. The DSB report is thoughtful, detailed, and troubling.
Ben discusses recent events in cybersecurity with Matt Tait.
The first signs of potential collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia emerge. State Department employees say they’re uncertain about the future of their work under the Trump administration. And the president is facing a crisis in North Korea as he prepares to meet with world leaders, including Vladimir Putin. Plus,Shane thinks the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court can solve all kinds of problems. And I draw up a target list for #BabyCannon.