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Written/narrated by Leandra Bernstein. Produced by Alicia Cerretani. Izborsk memo translated by Rachel Douglas (EIR).
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Since the recent embarrassing revelations of NSA spying on allied foreign governments there have been proposals for treaties to ban such spying. Do you support such treaties? What is your recommended response to this problem?

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