Andrew Feinstein exposes in forensic detail both the formal government-to-government trade in arms and the shadow world of illicit weapons dealing, and lays bare the shockingly frequent links between the two. Is our security compromised and our democracy undermined in the process?
See Andrew Feinstein's November 11 op-ed in The New York Times:"Arms and the Corrupt Man."
Speaker: Andrew Feinstein
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