Timothy Edgar

Brown University

Guest

Senior fellow at Brown University's Watson Institute for International Studies; former Director of Privacy and Civil Liberties for Obama's National Security staff and First Deputy for Civil Liberties for the Director of National Intelligence under George W. Bush; former National Security Counsel for the American Civil Liberties Union

Timothy Edgar on KCRW

While Edward Snowden's in exile in Moscow, debate is raging: should President Obama grant him a pardon?

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While Edward Snowden's in exile in Moscow, debate is raging: should President Obama grant him a pardon?

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Since the  Charlie Hebdo murders  10 months ago, France has been on high alert against possible terror.

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The Senate meets this week in rare recess negotiations about whether to extend controversial provisions of the Patriot Act, including the NSA's bulk phone records collection program.

Down to the Wire on the Patriot Act

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