It would be, quite simply, impossible to find a person better positioned to write on “American Intelligence in the Age of Terror” over the past two decades than Michael Hayden.
Keith PavlischekDecember 27, 2016
In the aftermath of the 1979 Iranian Revolution, a State Department official summed up the confused state of American intelligence when he exclaimed, “Whoever took religion seriously?”
Josh CraddockNovember 17, 2016
Speaking last Friday CSIS, Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter warned that military excellence is not America’s “birthright”. It must be earned again and again.
Mark MeltonOctober 31, 2016
Andrei Soldatov and Irina Borogan offer a comprehensive overview of Russian internet policy at home and abroad in The Red Web.
Mark MeltonOctober 14, 2016
Over the last ten years, scholars have shown deeper interest in applying the just war tradition to the extra bellum realm, especially to intelligence collection and surveillance.
Brian AutenSeptember 23, 2016
Cole’s Just War and the Ethics of Espionage takes readers deep into the labyrinth of ethical challenges in what the author argues is a necessary activity that prevents escalatory conflicts and protects the citizenry of a nation.
David SheddSeptember 6, 2016
The new international thriller film Our Kind of Traitor, based on a 2010 novel by master spy raconteur John LeCarré, is surprisingly inspiring.
Mark TooleyJuly 12, 2016
Milton’s Russian Roulette tells the captivating history of how British spies prevented the Bolsheviks from spreading revolution.
Mark MeltonJuly 11, 2016
In Superforecasting, Tetlock and Gardner argue convincingly that studying how superforecasters think can help other analysts improve their forecasts.
Mark MeltonMay 4, 2016
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