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Dumb intelligence? Sergey Naryshkin, director of the Russian Foreign Intelligence Service

In the English language, it’s hard to find a more ontologically loaded word than ‘intelligence’. It could mean anything from the divine mind to the human ability to apply knowledge, to information about enemies and the agencies tasked with obtaining it. What turns information into intelligence, and can it be dumb? To discuss this, Oksana is joined by Sergey Naryshkin, director of the Russian Foreign Intelligence Service.


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