As the country learned this week, authorities have too much power to decide the fate of whistle-blower claims, especially when they involve the intelligence community.
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Talking about retrenchment can start to sound a lot like Trump.
Any number of relatively mundane scenarios now have the potential to escalate U.S.-Iran tensions—from a fire at a militia base to the seizure of an oil tanker to the signal-jamming of a drone.
Biden’s message may be tilted toward the future, but its overarching theme will be the reclamation of past glories squandered by the present president.
Biden’s long and contentious record in the country opens a window onto his foreign policy—and an identity crisis in the Democratic Party. This is the definitive history.
The question of how to read U.S. intelligence on Iranian threats—and how to respond to them—is at the center of a debate over military escalation.
Adam Schiff lays out his worries on the intelligence, but the Trump administration is pushing back.
Conflicting signals from both sides could be read as a march to war or business as usual.
U.S. troops and Iran-backed fighters had an alliance of sorts in the anti-ISIS campaign. With Washington and Tehran at odds, could they turn on each other?