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While many have had their eyes on the midterms and the World Cup, hundreds have been killed during protests in the Islamic Republic. This week, host Elisa continues our Iran series with guest Dr. Roham Alvandi, Associate Professor of International History at the London School of Economics and Political Science. Together they discuss the critical sh…
 
Part 2 of 2 – This week, host Elisa is joined by Iran expert, Ray Takeyh, to discuss the history of Iran's governmental structure and its transition from western ally to enemy. How are the current protests impacting the Islamic Republic's control and influence? And considering Iran's growing affiliations with both Russia and China, is there any hop…
 
In 1979, Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi, the last Shah of Iran, was overthrown as a result of the Iranian Revolution, ending centuries of monarchy rule and giving rise to the Islamic Republic. This week, host Elisa is joined by Iran expert, Ray Takeyh, to discuss the history of Iran's governmental structure and its transition from western ally to enemy…
 
Known as the biggest destabilizing force in the Middle East, this week we begin a multi-part series on the state of Iran. Host Elisa is joined by Brian Egan, Partner at Skadden, to discuss our complicated history with Iran, where it started, and where we stand today. Brian Egan is a Partner at Skadden:https://www.skadden.com/en/Professionals/E/Egan…
 
It's midterm election season, and on Congress' docket are two bills that will impact how the electoral college is certified. This week, we're revisiting the second half of our conversation with Professor Edward Foley, Director of Election Law at Ohio State University's Moritz College of Law. Ned discusses what a successful election looks like in Am…
 
Last month, the House passed a bill to reform the electoral college. This week, we're revisiting our conversation with Professor Edward Foley, Director of Election Law at Ohio State University's Moritz College of Law. Ned dives in on how Americans elect our federal officers, and how the law and the courts have ruled on voting; from naming electors …
 
Part 2 of 2 – For nearly 235 years, the U.S. Constitution has provided the foundation for America's economic prosperity, political stability, and democratic debate. This week, host Elisa and Harvey Rishikof welcome former Senator Russ Feingold and Peter Prindiville to discuss their new book, The Constitution in Jeopardy: An Unprecedented Effort to …
 
For nearly 235 years, the U.S. Constitution has provided the foundation for America's economic prosperity, political stability, and democratic debate. This week, host Elisa and Harvey Rishikoff welcome former Senator Russ Feingold and Peter Prindiville to discuss their new book, The Constitution in Jeopardy: An Unprecedented Effort to Rewrite Our F…
 
Part 2 of 2 – Many of the problems we face today, from recent global recessions to climate change, can be traced back to short term thinking. This week, host Elisa is joined by Ari Wallach, futurist and author of Longpath: Becoming the Great Ancestors our Future Needs. Ari acutely notes that we are at a significant turning point in history, one whe…
 
Many of the problems we face today, from recent global recessions to climate change, can be traced back to short term thinking. This week, host Elisa is joined by Ari Wallach, futurist and author of Longpath: Becoming the Great Ancestors our Future Needs. Ari acutely notes that we are at a significant turning point in history, one when bold change …
 
This week we're covering the range of national security related topics that have been making headlines. Host Elisa is joined by Bill Banks to discuss the latest impacts of climate change, Ukraine's comeback, China's elections, and looking back on 21 years since the attacks on 9/11. And stick around towards the end of the episode for NSLT's latest b…
 
What makes the world go round? It is increasingly obvious that today the answer is "data" – specifically, data about individuals that companies collect, transmit, and store. Understandably, governments seek access to that data to protect national security and public safety, but such access raises serious privacy concerns, both at home and abroad. T…
 
Today's media landscape is plagued with division. This week, host Elisa is joined by Chris Stirewalt, former Fox News political editor and author of Broken News: Why the Media Rage Machine Divides America and How to Fight Back. Chris joins the cast to discuss how contemporary news outlets are drifting further into sensationalism and "rage revenue" …
 
Where can we expect law and policy regarding national security surveillance to go in the coming years? Where should it go? This week's episode features an expert panel from our CLE conference this past February. The panel gives greater context to these questions, set against growing domestic national security threats from militias, American politic…
 
There's no denying the gender pay gap. Since 2000, the gender pay gap has held steady at about 20% despite all strides towards equality. Is the glass ceiling still holding strong? This week, host Elisa is joined by Stacey Vanek Smith, co-host of NPR's The Indicator from Planet Money, and author of Machiavelli for Women. Stacey brings with her a wea…
 
This week, host Elisa is joined by national security experts Seth Jones and Jamil Jaffer to break down the latest national security headlines. How will Ayman al Zawahiri’s death impact Al-Qaeda? Was Speaker Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan effective? And while Americans tend to be short term thinkers, what long term strategies can we introduce now in order…
 
This week, host Elisa is joined by former federal prosecutor Joseph Moreno to run through the latest stock of national security news. Is the White House signaling the defense industry to gear up weapons production? Is China behaving well but pretending not to? And why is real estate such an effective money laundering mechanism for Russian oligarchs…
 
This week is all about climate change, an increasingly undeniable threat to our national security. Host Elisa is joined by committee members Brian Egan and William Banks to discuss what legal authorities are at the disposal of the President to help combat this crisis. What defines an international economic emergency? And domestically, what other au…
 
As Congress makes advances on a new Chips Act, it is a fitting time to revisit our previous episode on semiconductor production, featuring Intel's Tom Quillin. Twenty years ago, the U.S. held over 37% of the world’s semiconductor manufacturing capabilities. Today, that share has dropped to just 12%. As demand for chips rises, we are faced with a pr…
 
This week, Harvey Rishikof hosts Gilman Louie, a Partner at Alsop Louie and former CEO of In-Q-Tel. Together they discuss the latest cutting-edge technologies and how these innovations are changing the global dynamic. What is the current state of U.S. tech dominance in comparison to China? How can we better secure our vulnerable systems? And how ar…
 
This week, host Elisa and Harvey Rishikof are joined by two decorated national security lawyers, Adam Pearlman and Kay Wakatake, to discuss the newly released edition of the U.S. Intelligence Community Law Sourcebook. This sourcebook has long served as a must have resource throughout Congress, the Executive Branch, and private practice. Together, K…
 
(Part 2 of 2) - There is a major flaw in the international shipping industry: the determination of ultimate ownership. This secrecy leads to unfathomable corruption without consequence. This week, host Elisa is joined by award-winning reporter, Matthew Campbell, to discuss his new book, Dead in the Water: A True Story of Hijacking, Murder, and a Gl…
 
There is a major flaw in the international shipping industry: the determination of ultimate ownership. This secrecy leads to unfathomable corruption without consequence. This week, host Elisa is joined by award-winning reporter, Matthew Campbell, to discuss his new book, Dead in the Water: A True Story of Hijacking, Murder, and a Global Maritime Co…
 
Russia's invasion of Ukraine has changed the world in under 4 months, and it's still far from over. This week we feature special commentary by John Erath, the Senior Policy Director for the Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation. John discusses how an early end to the violence may be elusive, and what's next on Putin's agenda. How can this w…
 
Recent advances in deepfake technology have made it harder to distinguish between real and fabricated content, posing substantial threats to public figures, organizations and our national security. This week, host Elisa is joined by Matthew Ferraro of WilmerHale to discuss the threat of synthetic media and how this technology amplifies the spread o…
 
Part 2 of 2 – In the struggle for transparency and accountability, whistleblowers play an invaluable role. This week, host Elisa is joined by Michael Atkinson, former Inspector General of the U.S. Intelligence Community, who, during his tenure, oversaw the investigation of the Ukraine whistleblower complaint that resulted ultimately in the first im…
 
In the struggle for transparency and accountability, whistleblowers play an invaluable role. This week, host Elisa is joined by Michael Atkinson, former Inspector General of the U.S. Intelligence Community, who, during his tenure, oversaw the investigation of the Ukraine whistleblower complaint that resulted ultimately in the first impeachment tria…
 
From ransomware to software supply chain attacks, the energy sector faces constant cybersecurity threats. This week, host Elisa, along with friend of the cast, Harvey Rishikof, welcome on Cherylene Caddy of the Department of Energy. Cheri has extensive experience in cybersecurity supply chain vulnerabilities, risk management and response. What are …
 
We are now entering the fourth month of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, as the evacuations and destruction continues. This week, host Elisa is joined by Yevgeny Vindman, a colonel in the U.S. Army JAG Corps and former deputy legal advisor for the White House National Security Council. Having been born in Ukraine and risen through the ranks of U.S. mi…
 
Twenty years ago, the U.S. held 37% of the world’s semiconductor manufacturing capabilities. Today, that share has dropped to just 12%. As demand for chips rises, we are faced with a pressing dilemma: rely on other nations for essential chips, or take the needed steps to bolster our semiconductor ecosystem here at home. This week, host Elisa is joi…
 
(Part 2 of 2) – In honor of Law Day on May 1st, we bring you special opening remarks from ABA President, Reginald Turner, along with the second half of our interview with Russia-Eurasia expert, Professor Angela Stent. Together with Elisa, Professor Stent continues to unpack the tangled history between Russia and Ukraine, and the resulting conflict …
 
In order to understand today’s tensions between Russia and Ukraine, we have to start at the beginning. This week, host Elisa is joined by Russia-Eurasia expert, Professor Angela Stent, to unpack the tangled history between these two nations, and the resulting conflict that has dominated the world stage. How have the last two decades, and the rise o…
 
Happy Supply Chain Awareness Month! Since February of last year, the Biden Administration has spotlighted an urgent need to strengthen, secure and diversify our supply chains, both as a matter of economic prosperity and national security. While these concerns are not new, recent world events have exacerbated supply chain disruptions, exposing a ran…
 
How would you spend 4 minutes in suborbital space? This week, we welcome Audrey Powers of Blue Origin, who as of October 2021 became this first attorney-turned-astronaut aboard Blue Origin’s own New Shepard rocket. Her story is an inspiration for many, as she discusses her experience aboard the New Shepard, the career paths that lead her there, as …
 
Behind Putin’s power is a steady flow of illegal funds. Since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the US and Europe have slapped numerous sanctions on Russian banks, officials, businesses, oligarchs and their families in an effort to flatten the Kremlin’s illicit financial flows. This week, host Elisa welcomes back Brian Egan of Skadden to discuss these …
 
(Part 2 of 2) – It’s the largest military conflict in Europe since World War II. And in just 4 weeks, Putin’s playbook has proven to grossly violate international law. This week, host Elisa is joined by Judge James Baker to breakdown the laws and treaties that apply to Russia and this conflict. Which international agreements are at play, and which …
 
It’s the largest military conflict in Europe since World War II. And in just 3 weeks, Putin’s playbook has proven to grossly violate international law. This week, host Elisa is joined by Judge James Baker to breakdown the laws and treaties that apply to Russia and this conflict. Which international agreements are at play, and which have been violat…
 
(Part 2 of 2) - As the world watches the evolving situation in Ukraine, many experts question the mindset and stability of Vladimir Putin. Are his tactics pure madness, or is this a more calculated strategy than we realize? This week host Elisa is joined by former CIA official Robert Dannenberg to dissect Putin’s history, current behaviors, and fut…
 
As the world watches the evolving situation in Ukraine, many experts question the mindset and stability of Vladimir Putin. Are his tactics pure madness, or is this a more calculated strategy than we realize? This week host Elisa is joined by former CIA official Robert Dannenberg to dissect Putin’s history, current behaviors, and future intentions. …
 
The deep ocean is the last great wilderness on Earth. Vast and largely unexplored, the CCZ alone covers 1.7 million square miles of abyssal plain. At its chilling depths you’ll find crushing pressure, zero sunlight, and a sweeping array of life living amongst some of the most coveted minerals on Earth. This week we bring you the hard science of the…
 
With great power…come great batteries. While to some they may seem like a ubiquitous technology, the fact is that batteries may very well hold the key to our energy revolution and a new electrified economy. This week, host Elisa is joined by University of Michigan battery expert Greg Less to breakdown the battery production process and how this inv…
 
Over 95% of the world’s data travels along a network of roughly 430 subsea cables. These cables, at about the thickness of a garden hose, are responsible for powering our wireless world. What happens when these cables are in harm's way? In this week’s continuation of our seabed mining series, host Elisa sits down with Kent Bressie, undersea cable i…
 
If the Clarion Clipperton Zone is the next frontier for critical mineral mining, what share of the pie does the U.S. currently have? The answer may surprise you. This week, host Elisa is joined by two U.S. State Department officials, Greg O’Brien and Kate Gorove, to talk all things U.S. interests when it comes to the seabed. What laws and treaties …
 
In our fourth installment of the seabed mining series, we loop back with Scott Segal, co-chair of the Policy Resolution Group at Bracewell LLP, for the second half of his perspective on seabed mining as a future source of critical minerals. As an industry professional, in Scott’s eyes the issue is a no-brainer; the global benefits of seabed mining …
 
In our third chapter of the Seabed Mining as a National Security Threat series, we welcome back Matt Gianni, Co-Founder, Political and Policy Advisor for the Deep Sea Conservation Commission, to hear the second part of his perspective on mining the deep seabed. Matt further explains the risks involved with mining the CCZ, signaling out the legal gr…
 
Batteries require minerals, a fact many of us forget. In our second installment of the Seabed Mining as a National Security Threat series, co-hosts Elisa and Yvette sit down with Scott Segal, co-chair of the Policy Resolution Group at Bracewell LLP. Scott’s experience representing major companies in the renewable energy field includes The Metals Co…
 
In our first episode of the Seabed Mining as a National Security Threat series, co-hosts Elisa and Yvette welcome on Matthew Gianni, Co-Founder, Political and Policy Advisor for the Deep Sea Conservation Commission. With over 30 years experience in marine conservation, Matt breaks down the fundamentals of seabed mining with a focus on the Clarion C…
 
It’s a new year for national security law! To kick things off, co-hosts Elisa and Yvette dive into the latest international topics, from advanced Russian missile testing, to developments on the Horn of Africa, tensions in the Red Sea, and the announcement of our upcoming series on the world of seabed mining and its importance to national security l…
 
The second largest country in Africa, Sudan, recently experienced a coup. This is the second upset to Sudan’s ruling structure in less than 36 months. This week, co-hosts Elisa and Yvette are joined by Darin Johnson, professor of law at Howard University, who helps unpack these recent developments in Sudan while continuing our series on the strateg…
 
Part 2 of 2 – The Tigray War in Ethiopia, which began in November of last year, has killed thousands, displaced millions, and has fueled a devastating humanitarian crisis in the region. This week, co-hosts Elisa and Yvette are joined by Cameron Hudson of the Atlantic Council to discuss the latest developments in this ongoing civil war. What approac…
 
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