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The Alyona Show: Controversy at Sea

In the first part of today's show, Richard Weitz of The Hudson Institute sits down with Alyona to discuss the controversy behind France’s sale of a world class warship to Russia and why it’s bothering many American lawmakers. Then, Gregg Carlstrom of The Majils Blog joins Alyona to discuss NATO’s largest offensive since the American-led invasion of 2001. Later, Max Fisher of The Atlantic sits down with Alyona to discuss a little known fact about American detention. Guantanamo Bay is considered a small detention facility when compared to two camps the US has in Iraq. Once American combat troops leave, what will happen to these detainees? Max Fisher is here to tell you.

RT Correspondent Anastasia Churkina joins Alyona from New York to discuss the large amounts of money airports are spending to secure their passengers and whether or not it’s being spent effectively. And, as cyber security becomes a larger issue, hackers are becoming more creative in their attempts to get into government systems. Berin Szoka at The Progress and Freedom Foundation joins Alyona to discuss some of the most advanced modes of computer infiltration including a man who found a way to unlock sensitive government information in almost any computer.