In 1973, a former CIA operations officer in Latin America walked into the KGBrezidentura in Mexico City with what he claimed was a tranche of invaluable secrets about the United States covert operations in the hemisphere. The resident, or Continue reading →
I grinned as the taxi raced through the busy streets of a bustling Middle Eastern city in the middle of the night with my 200-lb. electric wheelchair strapped to the back with bungee cords. There were moments like this throughout Continue reading →
President Donald Trumps announcement on Tuesday that he would be re-shuffling his foreign policy team gave congressional Democrats two new, high-profile opportunities to press the administration on a host of sensitive political matters. Early indications suggest that they will try Continue reading →
This is the second article in a three-part series based on never-before-published training manuals for the KGB, the Soviet intelligence organization that Vladimir Putin served as an operative, and that shaped his view of the world.