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They often provide vital information for national security, but the secrets they possess can also be used against their own masters. Matteo Faini’s new book, Spies and Their Masters: Intelligence-Policy Relations in Democratic Countries, delves into the secret histories of the CIA, the FBI, and British and Italian intelligence to study how policymakers can control intelligence agencies and when these agencies will try to remove their own government.

Matteo Faini, will be speaking on Wednesday, September 30th at 3 pm, as part of the Rohatyn Center for Global Affairs Program Lectures.

To join this webinar, use this Zoom Link or visit the Rohatyn Center for Global Affairs events. Zoom: https://www.
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Sponsored by:
Rohatyn Center for Global Affairs

Contact Organizer

De Foor, Margaret