Amy Davidson

Amy Davidson appears in the following:

Where Rudy's Coming From

Monday, February 23, 2015

Is there a sober point behind Rudy Giuliani's claim that Obama doesn't love America? Giuliani's former speechwriter unpacks the comments, and listeners share why they love their country.

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Amnesty for Snowden?

Friday, January 03, 2014

Calls to give Edward Snowden whistleblower protections are growing, including from editorials in The New York Times and The Guardian. Amy Davidson, author of The New Yorker's "Close Read" blog, talks about the options for Snowden.

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National Security Journalism Under Fire

Monday, August 19, 2013

At the London airport this weekend, David Miranda, Guardian columnist Glenn Greenwald's partner (and professional collaborator) was detained under Terrorism Act 2000 for 9 hours and questioned about the information supplied by NSA leaker Edward Snowden. Also over the weekend, Time magazine reporter Michael Grunwald tweeted (and quickly deleted) that he would defend a drone strike that "takes out" Wikileaks' Julian Assange. Amy Davidson, who writes the "Close Read" column for The New Yorker, discusses the role of national security journalism in the digital age, and why so many reporters feel so intimidated.

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Hillary Clinton's Legacy

Thursday, January 31, 2013

On Hillary Clinton's last day as Secretary of State, Amy Davidson, senior editor at The New Yorker, and David J. Rothkopf, CEO and editor-at-large of Foreign Policy discuss her legacy at the State Department and her political life.

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Joe Paterno, Penn State and You

Wednesday, November 09, 2011

Amy Davidson, senior editor at the New Yorker, discusses what the Penn State scandal means for sports fans and takes your calls on how you're reacting to the news. 

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