SpyTalk lives at the intersection of intelligence operations, foreign policy, homeland security and military strategy. Co-hosted by veteran national security journalist Jeff Stein and former star CNN homeland security correspondent Jeanne Meserve, the podcast will feature exclusives by SpyTalk’s roster of longtime reporters, news and profiles of US and foreign spymasters and interviews with policymakers and expert authors. There’s nothing quite like it—a place for experts and lay persons alike, who enjoy national security scoops and insights by SpyTalk's subject matter experts. For more SpyTalk go to: https://www.spytalk.co/
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Retired Green Beret Col. David Maxwell discusses paramilitary options against Russian invaders in Ukraine, while former US-Iran nuclear deal negotiator Ernest Moniz offers perspective on new talks with hardliners. With Jeff Stein and Jeanne Meserve. ... more
Former top FBI counterspy Frank Figliuzzi tells Jeff Stein how foreign agents woo state and local US police, and Jeanne Meserve learns how satellite sleuths track China’s Uighur genocide from RAND Corp expert Scott Harold. Our Guests: Frank Figliuzzi... more
This week: Jeanne Meserve talks with the Atlantic Council’s Jared Holt about the evolving face of right-wing extremism. Joe Weisberg, creator of the hit spy drama “The Americans,” defends his argument on ending the Cold War with Russia with Jeff Stei... more
Really appreciate the team’s interviews and coverage. Jeff’s previous case officer experience allows for great discussions as well as the co-hosts ability to ask hard questions from their guests. Topics are top notch and relevant to Natsec viewers.
The content of this show is absolutely phenomenal, and it pains me to leave a three star review. But the audio quality on the show makes some of the episodes unbearable. The decibel level of the subjects being interviewed is so low it requires the volume to be turned all the way up, and then the intro music or narrators voice comes blasting in nearly exploding your eardrums. Additionally, two consecutive episodes will have completely different audio levels, so going from one to the next nearly b... more
This is a wonderful insight into subjects I’ve always been intrigued by with facts and opinions from more informed knowledgeable people than I.
The hosts know intelligence well enough to dig as deeply as possible with each guest, yet never get an “I can’t tell you that” response. Truly fabulous interviewing.
... the hosts sound like they’re from two different shows. He seems unprepared and wooden, while she’s overheated and broadcast-y.
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SpyTalk launched 10 months ago and published 45 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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