The impeachment investigations will have as constant background Trump’s most important and long lasting connections to Russia—through alleged mobsters.
Michael Weiss is the coauthor of The New York Times bestseller ISIS: Inside the Army of Terror and of The Menace of Unreality: How Russia Weaponizes Information, Culture and Money. He lives in New York.
The bottom line for spy recruitment comes down to this: look for the losers, especially the ones who want to think they are winners because they hang on to important positions.
With Trump’s permission, Turkey will now ethnically cleanse the Syrian Kurds who fought ISIS on behalf of the U.S., leaving no one to hold off the terror group.
Before Zelimkhan Khangoshvili was taken down with a silenced Glock, he’d thwarted terror attacks and fingered Russian agents. An exclusive interview with his Georgian case officer.
Johnson plays a Brit the way Americans are accustomed to thinking of one while often behaving more American than British.
The trouble with inviting foreign countries into your political system is that once they accept the invitation they never leave.
The background to Monday’s debacle in Vienna speaks volumes about the way the populists try to control the press to keep voters from knowing or caring about what goes on.
The U.S. has been waging an on-off low-grade war with Iran and its proxies for many years. But as Trump ups the ante, so will Soleimani.