What is the evidence that the Russian Government colluded with the Trump campaign and pro-Brexit campaigners to win the 2016 Presidential Election and the UK Referendum in the same year? Is there a real and growing body of evidence of Russian disinformation, collusion and assassination, or are we witnessing a new Cold War mentality in which the country is blamed for all of our woes?
Chair: Vanessa Gezari, National Security Editor, The Intercept
Glenn Greenwald, Co-Founding Editor, The Intercept
James Risen, National Security Correspondent, The Intercept
Jane Bradley, Investigations Correspondent, BuzzFeed News
Mary Dejevsky, The Independent
Footage shot on 19 October 2018 at The Centre for Investigative Journalism's Logan Symposium: Conspiracy at Goldsmiths, University of London.
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