Why the longest-running turncoat inside the U.S. Intelligence Community has been almost entirely ignored by the media
Determining what the U.S. Intelligence Community knew and when it knew it is frequently trickier than it seems
The Kremlin handover of the intelligence reins to the black bat Spetsnaz crew heralds a longer and nastier war
Ukraine has a powerful secret weapon in its war with Russia thanks to the Anglosphere’s Five Eyes intelligence alliance
Top counterspies are bluntly telling the American public that Beijing is our big espionage threat – but is the message getting through?
A lack of counterintelligence vigilance may cost the United States its next major war
The unprecedented dismantling of the Kremlin’s spy apparatus in the West is hitting the Putin regime where it hurts
As the West slowly wakes up and the Kremlin’s powerful spy services start losing, how long can the Putin regime itself survive?
The Kremlin concedes a bit of reality, admitting that its maximalist aims in Ukraine won’t be met anytime soon
It’s always helpful when the Kremlin says the quiet part out loud from the very top
As the leader of Moscow’s own church in Ukraine denounces Russia’s aggression, the Kremlin has already lost its religious war
When an increasingly rogue regime tells you exactly why they’re attacking their neighbor, it’s a good idea to pay attention