Remember the Georgia invasion? The Donbas aggression? The Malaysian Flight 77? If we don’t put a stop to this, the price will be high.
A police officer can arrest someone. A counterintelligence officer has many more tools at his disposal.
For years Naveed Jamali worked for the FBI while pretending to spy for Russia. He says what happened in 2016 was right out of Moscow’s playbook.
As Robert Mueller begins indicting Russians, he may be looking to find Americans they recruited to help in their attack on the 2016 elections, writes a former U.S. double-agent.
In many ways, their job is akin to a job in sales: They must chase down leads and then try to close out a big deal. The meetings were so intense that afterward I would dry heave.
The first step in taking corrective action is to admit that the Russians were successful in interfering in the 2016 election.