Who Watches the Watchmen? the Conflict Between National Security and Freedom of the Press

Who Watches the Watchmen the Conflict Between National Security and Freedom of the Press Who Watches the Watchmen could hardly be timely as we debate the recent leaking of the largest trove of documents in American history The WikiLeaks case drives home the need for what this book lays ou

Who Watches the Watchmen could hardly be timely as we debate the recent leaking of the largest trove of documents in American history The WikiLeaks case drives home the need for what this book lays out an approach to protecting classified information that goes beyond law enforcement Gary Ross application of Rational Choice Theory codifies, organizes, and extendWho Watches the Watchmen could hardly be timely as we debate the recent leaking of the largest trove of documents in American history The WikiLeaks case drives home the need for what this book lays out an approach to protecting classified information that goes beyond law enforcement Gary Ross application of Rational Choice Theory codifies, organizes, and extends what many of us have been trying to do instinctively when dealing with unauthorized disclosures In Ross discussions of motivations and justifications, I see powerful echoes of what I personally experienced as Director of NSA and CIA I only wish I had had access to this fully developed intellectual framework and the courses of action it suggests while still in government General Michael V Hayden U.S Air Force, Retired Former Director, Central Intelligence Agency Former Director, National Security Agency

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Who Watches the Watchmen? the Conflict Between National Security and Freedom of the Press

  1. Gary Ross is a critically acclaimed screenwriter, director, and producer who has been nominated for four Academy Awards His films include Big, Dave, Pleasantville, Seabiscuit, and The Tale of Despereaux Most recently, he directed The Hunger Games, the first movie based on Suzanne Collins s best selling dystopian trilogy He has also served as president of the Board of Commissioners for the Los Angeles Public Library, as well as on the boards of many other organizations Bartholomew Biddle and the Very Big Wind is his first children s book Gary Ross lives in Los Angeles with his family.

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  1. An interesting read on the tensions between a free press and national security Definitely academic in nature but also definitely from deep in the intelligence community This lays out the issues and perspectives well It does develop and push the rational choice theory basically, weighing and considering the pros cons and the right choice will be made I m not sure that works This book was written post wikileaks, but pre Snowden.


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