Were the CIA’s torture tactics necessary to protect national security? Today’s guest is former CIA counter-terrorism officer and former senior investigator for the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, John Kiriakou. Kiriakou recently wrote a piece in response to a book coming out by Bush-era CIA directors defending torture tactics as necessary to saving lives.
Do you still have questions about the CIA torture report? Where do we go from here? Listen to this edition of A Public Affair to find our more!
What is the importance of having access to the CIA torture reports? Why has there been a lack of response from the public? How can we move forward as a country after the release of these reports? Listen to this edition of A Public Affair to find out more!
Just how much does the American public know about what types of interrogation methods were used on terrorism suspects?
Are you interested in what’s happening this week in current affairs? Tune in to this APA to find out more!
That troll you just vanquished in World of Warcraft might have been a true-life NSA spy. Pro Publica and New York Times reporter Justin Elliot tells us more