The wigs may seem silly, but Moscow’s exposure of CIA espionage is serious business.
Afghanistan’s problems can’t be solved by bribing President Karzai
The CIA’s insurance plan for Karzai and Maliki—and what it means for Syria
The Constitution Project’s report on detainee treatment is but a first step toward the truth—and reclaiming our national honor.
If Netanyahu wants rapprochement with Ankara, he must do more than apologize for the Mavi Marmara killings
Spies aren’t apt to be philanderers—even if there are plenty of both at the Agency.
Is Saudi money undermining Cairo’s Morsi government?
The West, Turkey, and Saudi Arabia all have their own angles in the conflict
John Brennan knows there’s more to intelligence than drones.
He’s made his foreign-policy speech, but what does the senator’s record show?
A report on the post-Petraeus CIA and jihadist “refugees” in Turkey.
Neocons denigrate Chuck Hagel’s military service, when it’s exactly what the Pentagon needs.
How films and other media shape an anti-Muslim narrative.
A classified Senate Intelligence Committee report shows the futility of “enhanced interrogation techniques.”
The Beltway power couple who boosted the Iraq invasion insist we stay longer in Afghanistan.
Intelligence agents answer to Langley, not the State Department.
The gagged whistleblower takes on FBI corruption in a new book.
Washington punts in Afghanistan
No intervention or dissident group can control the freewheeling revolution.