The House | Oct 12, 2013 | 48:30

Does Brazil spying controversy underline the need for better oversight?

This week on The House, former Brazilian ambassador to the U.S. Rubens Barbosa and intelligence expert Wesley Wark discuss the spying controversy involving Canada. Then, we look forward to next week's Speech from the Throne.

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