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The Lawfare Podcast: African Elections and U.S. Interests

Demographic, technological, and geostrategic developments are disrupting the electoral landscape in sub-Saharan Africa. How do these shifts affect the political climate for democracy and participation across Africa? What have recent elections in Nigeria illustrated about these? And what about the clash between China and the United States in Africa?

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The Lawfare Podcast: Bill Browder and Jago Russell Debate Interpol and Authoritarian Governments

Bill Browder, human rights campaigner and foe of Vladimir Putin, seems to get arrested whenever he travels abroad as a result of red notices and diffusion orders issued by Vladimir Putin through the Interpol police organization. These incidents have highlighted the abuse of Interpol by authoritarian governments, and they raise a really important question: Should we be participating in an international police organization with governments that use that organization to harass and arrest their enemies?

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The Lawfare Podcast Shorts: FBI Director Wray on Combating Cyberthreats

On Tuesday, I interviewed FBI Director Chris Wray at the 2019 RSA Conference. We discussed about how the Director views the cyber threat landscape 18 months into his term, his concerns about the threats posed by Russia and China, what the FBI is doing to protect the 2020 elections, and more.

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