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Anarchy at Sea

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The oceans are vast, wild and almost impossible to police — just the right cover for modern-day pirates and their political cousins, international terrorists. Join NPR's Neal Conan for a conversation with journalist William Langewische on the lawlessness of the sea.

Guest:

William Langewiesche
National Correspondent for The Atlantic Monthly
His story, "Anarchy at Sea," appears in the September issue of The Atlantic Monthly