Juan C. Zarate
Last quote by Juan C. Zarate
For Russia, this would be a win-win. They've already extracted what they needed from Edward Snowden in terms of information and they've certainly used him to beat the United States over the head in terms of its surveillance and cyber activity. It would signal warmer relations and some desire for greater cooperation with the new administration, but it would also no doubt stoke controversies and cases in the U.S. around the role of surveillance, the role of the U.S. intelligence community, and the future of privacy and civil liberties in an American context.
Feb 10 2017
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Quotes by Juan C. Zarate
Feb 10 2017
I think at the end of the day, Moscow holds the cards here.
Feb 10 2017
All of that would perhaps be music to the ears of Putin. I think this is one of those rare cases where the stakes are so high, the diplomatic implications so deep, that anything can happen. So this could be a secret diplomatic deal made in the dead of night, or it could be a weeks-in-formation deal with lawyers on all sides.
Feb 06 2017
Certainly if the goal is to capture the leader of Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, that didn't happen. It wasn't successful in that regard. On the other hand, a number of al Qaeda leaders were killed, and al Qaeda was disrupted, at least in terms of that cell. They understand that the U.S. is willing to lean forward and perhaps they're being deterred or disrupted in their activities. And we may have collected incredibly valuable intelligence that will lead to further disruptions and further counterterrorism activities down the road.
Jan 21 2014
Pulling US athletes out of the games would be disastrous. Nobody wants it, it would be a victory for the terrorists.
Jul 07 2011
There are numerous technical problems to trying to make an effective explosive device operate inside a human body, especially one that has to incubate for some time and then explode. Certainly the body itself will act as a bit of a cushion to the effect of the explosive.
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