Martin Sieff is the Chief Global Analyst at The Globalist. He was State Department correspondent for the Washington Times and has received three Pulitzer Prize nominations for international reporting.

He thought he was talking to Mossad, but it was really the FBI. How a former NASA scientist, who pleaded not guilty this week to espionage charges, walked into an intelligence trap.

As Obama decides his next move in Afghanistan, he’s getting the greatest pushback from some of the leading foreign-affairs lights in the Democratic Party.

Relations between the US and Russia are at their chilliest in decades, and may have passed the point of no return.

Obama's first choice for chief of staff, Rahm Emanuel, is a pro business quasi neocon whose middle name is Israel.