espionage en World Views: October 11, 2013 <p></p><p>The European Union is now pledging to help Italy after a boat capsized last week and killed hundreds of African migrants. Rebecca Cruise and Suzette Grillot discuss how European governments are struggling with refugee and asylum policies.</p><p><a href="">Richard Clarke</a> is famously known for criticizing the Bush Administration for not doing enough to stop 9/11.&nbsp; But he now focuses on issues of cybersecurity and intellectual property theft, especially by the Chinese government.</p><p> Thu, 10 Oct 2013 19:56:31 +0000 Suzette Grillot, Rebecca Cruise & Brian Hardzinski 15113 at World Views: October 11, 2013 'Economic War Every Day': How China Steals U.S. Secrets <p></p><p>Former counter-intelligence czar <a href="">Richard Clarke</a> is best known for testifying before the 9/11 Commission that President George W. Bush failed to take enough action to protect the country ahead of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.</p><p>Since leaving the Bush Administration in 2003, Clarke has turned his attention to cybersecurity. He&rsquo;s the author of the 2010 book <em><a href="">Cyber War: The Next Threat to National Security and What to Do About It.</a></em></p><p>&ldquo;I think for a lot of people a threat is not a threat unless people die,&rdquo; Clarke says. &ldquo;But hundreds of billions of dollars move. Cyber crime works.&rdquo;</p><p> Thu, 10 Oct 2013 19:15:01 +0000 Brian Hardzinski & Suzette Grillot & Molly Evans 15050 at 'Economic War Every Day': How China Steals U.S. Secrets World Views: May 17, 2013 <p></p><p>University of Oklahoma political economist and European Union expert <a href="">Mitchell Smith</a> joins the program for a conversation about the eurozone's economy slipping further into recession, and the American kicked out of Russia over accusations of spying for the CIA.</p><p>Veteran diplomat Richard Arndt speaks with Suzette Grillot and Joshua Landis about how the national security state changed U.S. diplomatic relations. He's the author of&nbsp;<em><a href="">The First Resort of Kings: American Cultural Diplomacy in the Twentieth Century</a>.</em></p><p> Fri, 17 May 2013 21:30:00 +0000 Suzette Grillot, Joshua Landis & Brian Hardzinski 6141 at World Views: May 17, 2013 Spy Vs. Spy: Latest Arrest Shows Cold War Still Resonates <p></p><p><span style="line-height: 1.5;">The embarrassing arrest of a suspected CIA officer in Moscow is the latest reminder that even after the Cold War, the United States and Russia are engaged in an espionage battle with secret tactics, spying devices, and training that sometimes isn't enough to avoid being caught.</span></p><p>"There's nothing new here," says Suzette&nbsp;Grillot, the Dean of the College of International Studies at the University of Oklahoma. "We spy, everybody spies. There's a long history of spying between these two countries."</p><p> Fri, 17 May 2013 15:13:42 +0000 Brian Hardzinski 6114 at Spy Vs. Spy: Latest Arrest Shows Cold War Still Resonates