Suppose that during the Stalin regime in the USSR, Eduard Snowdenski was an analyst who worked for a bureau under the NKVD (People’s Commissariat of Internal Affairs). Suppose that he decided to reveal to the Russian people the extent of the NKVD domestic spying apparatus that peopled the Gulag, or Main Directorate for Corrective Labor Camps, with prisoners.
How should Snowdenski do this? Should he report through NKVD channels, or should he defect?
Do you regard Snowdenski as a traitor if he defects to America and reveals the extent of the Russian domestic spying program?
Is Snowdenski a hero?
What is your opinion of those in the Kremlin who demand Snowdenski’s head?
If Snowdenski defected to America and the USSR charged him with espionage, would you consider the charge valid?
Should America extradite him to the USSR?
1:58 am on June 22, 2013 Email Michael S. Rozeff