June 28, 2019

Assange: the hunted man

By Rachel Rizzo

CNAS Adjunct Fellow Rachel Rizzo recently appeared in a documentary produced by a team of Arte reporters about activist Julian Assange's career and ongoing legal troubles.

View the full conversation on Arte.


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