- The death of a spy
Midmorning examines the history of Russian intelligence and spy culture, following the death of Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko.9:06 a.m.
David Satter: Former Moscow correspondent for the Financial Times, a fellow at the Hoover Institute and the Hudson Institute, and author of "Darkness at Dawn the Rise of the Russian Criminal State" (2003)
Mark Katz: Professor of government and politics at George Mason University.
Peter Earnest: Former CIA operations officer and current executive director of the International Spy Museum.
Linda McCarthy: Former spy with the CIA and founding curator of the CIA museum.
- The changing nature of friendship
Midmorning examines the many different types of friendships with the author of a new book that looks at how the meaning of the word "friend" has changed.10:06 a.m.
Joseph Epstein: Author of "Friendship: An Expose," and former editor of The American Scholar. His previous books include "Snobbery: The American Version."
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