Decoding the Mueller Investigation

TUE, APR 2, 2019 (59:01)

Garrett M. Graff, a distinguished magazine journalist and historian, met with fellows and guests at the Shorenstein Center in Harvard’s Kennedy School to give his take on the wrap-up of the Russia investigation led by special counsel Robert Mueller. Graff offers what he thinks is in the 300-400 pages of the final report that the public has not yet seen.

» See WGBH News reporter Phillip Martin’s interview with Garrett Graff

Graff writes about politics, technology, and national security. He’s written for publications from WIRED and Esquire to Bloomberg BusinessWeek and The New York Times, and served as the editor of two of Washington’s most prestigious magazines, Washingtonian and POLITICO Magazine.

+ BIO: Nicco Mele

Nicco Mele is the director of the Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy. He took over leadership of the center in 2016 after serving as senior vice president and deputy publisher of the _Los Angeles Times_.

+ BIO: Garrett Graff

Author, magazine journalist, and historian Garrett Graff is the director of the Aspen Institute’s cybersecurity and technology program. He has written multiple books on politics, technology, and national security and contributed to Esquire and the New York Times. Graff has served as editor for Washingtonian and POLITICO Magazine. His most recent book was published in May 2017 and presents the story of the government’s Cold War Doomsday plans.

Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy