Attempts to answer two significant, timely questions: What is the extent of the threat to national security posed by the media's disclosure of classified information? What are a journalist's motivations and justifications for publishing this information? The author concludes that the dilemma between withholding information in the interest of national security and the constitutional guarantee of a free press cannot be "solved", but can be better understood and more intelligently managed. Foreign Denial & Deception Series.
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- Ross, Gary
- 2011: 287 p.; ill.
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Rated 3.5 out of 5 stars on Goodreads.com!
Matt H. wrote: "An interesting read on the tensions between a free press and national security. Definitely 'academic' in nature but also definitely from 'deep' in the intelligence community. This lays out the issues and perspectives well."