The CIA’s case for Palestinian statehood was based on analysis. Then the analysts turned out to be wrong.
In his new memoir, ‘Undaunted,’ former CIA Director John Brennan offers a self-portrait of a blustering desk jockey with severe anger-management issues
And with the help of big names in media they’re turning journalism into an intelligence operation
In an excerpt from Ehud Barak’s ‘My Country, My Life,’ the former defense minister discloses the debate over Israel’s attack plan, and a fateful conversation with President Barack Obama
News of the News: The Russia investigation put the FBI in a bind well before Trump ever landed in the White House
An émigré travels in Chile with his wife and daughters
Did the U.S. choose to ignore the source of 1999 bombings that propelled the security-agency bureaucrat to the top post he has never relinquished?
One report claimed ‘neither side seems bent on starting hostilities’
But the Obama Administration bets $100 billion that Iran is innocent
The state of jihad and counter-jihad, in the middle of a long war
Top Treasury official devised U.S. sanctions against Iran and Russia
Legal and rabbinic scholars have long debated the controversial issue
New book says U.S. intelligence agencies used 1,000 Nazis in the 1950s
‘The Zhivago Affair’ is a detailed reconstruction of one of the most fascinating of the Cold War’s cultural skirmishes
Plus the State Department postpones honor for Egyptian anti-Semite
Plus drones come front and center
After 25 years, the CIA has declassified documents that show Jonathan Pollard never spied on the U.S. for Israel
The general was one of few who understood that Iran was at war with the U.S., and no bargain could be struck
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