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Latest update : 2016-09-15

Pardon Me: Snowden, Privacy and Security (part 2)

It's what you'd call a media blitz: a campaign to pardon Edward Snowden that comes with the release of a Hollywood movie and an appeal from the man himself from Moscow. But the clock's ticking: Obama leaves office in January and hardly has a track record of leniency. Three years after Snowden blew the whistle on mass surveillance at home and abroad, has he made his country weaker or stronger? And how have issues of security and privacy evolved in the era of hacking and surveillance?

Click here to watch PART ONE. 

Produced by Daniel BARNEY, François WIBAUX and Christopher DAVIS.

By François PICARD

Our guests

Zachary MILLER

Democrats Abroad France

James KIRCHICK

Author, The End of Europe

Naveed JAMALI

Former Intelligence Official

Fabrice EPELBOIN

Professor of information warfare and political science

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2017-10-19 Europe

Moment of truth: Spain sets in motion direct rule over Catalonia

Since 10 am local time, Spain has entered unchartered waters. Madrid's deadline for Catalonia's leader to renounce independence has come and gone. So what will Madrid do now?...

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2017-10-18 Asia-pacific

One-man rule? China's Xi Jinping consolidates grip on power

Xi Jinping has been showing the rank and file who's the boss at the opening of the 19th congress of the Chinese Communist Party, one that's set to further consolidate his grip on...

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2017-10-17 Harvey Weinstein

France's Weinsteins: Watershed moment in fight against sexual abuse?

In France, reaction has been particularly sharp to the Harvey Weinstein scandal. On the one hand, there are the allegations of harassment, assault and rape against the movie...

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2017-10-16 Austria

Europe’s newest face: Kurz’s election win indicates rightward shift for Austria

French President Emmanuel Macron no longer holds the bragging rights to the title "Europe's fresh face". Sebastian Kurz, the 31-year-old leader of Austria's Christian Democrats...

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2017-10-12 Donald Trump

Trump takes on Tehran: What future for Iran nuclear deal?

Donald Trump calls it "The worst deal ever". The question is why is he so hell-bent on decertifying a 2015 Iran nuclear agreement when even his own cabinet seems to support it?...

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