Surveillance, Liberty, & Privacy: A Conversation on National Security & Emerging Technologies with Adam Klein
November 20th, 2023 | Season 6 | 43 mins 21 secs
free speech, global affairs, national security, surveillance, technology
On this episode, Adam Klein, director of the Strauss Center for International Security & Law, shares his insights on the concerns around security versus freedom of speech; his work covering the confluence of law, surveillance, and emerging technologies; and his perspectives on intelligence agencies and their role in global affairs.
September 30th, 2023 | Season 6 | 40 mins 45 secs
academia, international relations, national security, strategy, ukraine russia war
On this episode, we had an amazing conversation with Dr. Paul Edgar, the interim executive director of the Clements Center for National Security at UT Austin. Paul spoke about how he went from the military to academia, the Russo-Ukrainian War, and his goals for the Clements Center as a leading educational institution for discourse around history, strategy, and statecraft. Thanks for listening!
August 29th, 2020 | Season 3 | 52 mins 38 secs
cold war, gorbachev, intelligence, iraq war, national security, scowcroft, soviet union
On this episode, Tom speaks with UT's own Professor Sparrow about his 2015 book on legendary multi-administration US National Security Advisor Brent Scowcroft who sadly passed away recently on August 6th, 2020. This is a great conversation, remembering the unassuming but brilliant strategist who was so integral during the late Cold War period. Hope you enjoy!