Author Archives: Scott Ritter

In the Russian Collusion Debate, Who’s Fooling Who?

The latest narrative about Fusion GPS and the Steele dossier doesn’t pass the smell test.

Propaganda Aiming to Prove Iran Supplied Missiles Backfires

Closer look shows we are more vulnerable to ballistic weapons than we think. Here’s why.

The Nuke ‘Treaty That Ended the Cold War’ is Unraveling

The Trump administration signals a game of chicken with Russia, which could mean the death of arms control.

The Democratic Law Firm Behind the Russian Collusion Narrative

How a high-powered practice contracted oppo-research on Trump—and then pushed a hack story.

After Nine Months, Only Stale Crumbs in Russia Inquiry

The ‘briefing’ is just another exercise in preferred narrative boosting.

U.S. Missile Defense: Not as Effective As We Think

Can THAAD avoid the system failures of the first Gulf War?

Trump Quietly Promises Billions in New Nuke Contracts

This could trigger a new arms race with Russia and China.

Resolving North Korea Without “Fire and Fury”

Stretching back to Eisenhower, U.S. containment policy created this crisis.

Say Goodbye to Regime Change in Syria

Trump’s decision to stop sending arms to rebels alters everything.

Throwing a Curveball at ‘Intelligence Community Consensus’ on Russia

Definitive assessment was not what it proclaimed to be.

Ex-Weapons Inspector: Trump’s Sarin Claims Built on ‘Lie’

Scott Ritter takes on White House Syria attack claims.