Podcast: Transatlantic Perspectives on Secrecy and Edward Snowden

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Professor Christopher Moran, Guest

In this inaugural edition of the Global Security Podcast, Program Director Mark Stout sits down with Professor Christopher Moran of Warwick University, the author of Classified:  Secrecy and the State in Modern Britain.  They discuss secrecy, prior restraint, leaks and the Edward Snowden NSA/GCHQ affair from American and British perspectives and consider the question of how democratic openness can coexist with secret intelligence.