The CIA Thought Putin Would Quickly Conquer Ukraine. Why Did They Get It So Wrong?
High-tech surveillance may have blinded the U.S. to how corruption has weakened the Russian military.
Meet the Military Contractor Running Fare Collection in New York Subways — and Around the World
Cubic Corporation does transit projects like New York City’s OMNY, but also cleans up on government surveillance and security contracts.
Making a KillingFormer NSA Chief Signed Deal to Train Saudi Hackers Months Before Jamal Khashoggi’s Murder
Retired Gen. Keith Alexander’s company IronNet signed an agreement with a Saudi cyberwarfare institute led by the official who oversaw Khashoggi’s killing.
Losing AfghanistanI Watched the Afghan Government Collapse Under the Weight of Its Own Greed
Our leaders failed to give Afghan soldiers the food, tools, and respect they needed to defeat a brutal insurgency.
Condoleezza Rice and Madeleine Albright Conduct a MasterClass on the Banal Horror of U.S. Foreign Policy
Watching the 3.5 hour video is like being forced to eat gallons of stale banana pudding. Also, the pudding contains a small amount of botulism.