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GABRIEL SCHOENFELD

GABRIEL SCHOENFELD

Israel has just carried out a major aerial exercise, putting a hundred or so F-15s and F-16s into the skies over the eastern Mediterranean, evidently...

Actually, I haven't gone fishing. I am taking some time off to work on a book about secrecy and national security. I expect to return...

I've returned alive from my debate with Walter Pincus of the Washington Post. He is a genial fellow (as am I) and it was a...

The Washington Post reports today: More than 6 1/2 years after devastating suicide attacks against the United States launched the Bush administration's fight against global terrorism,...

I won't be posting anything here until Friday because I am going down to Washington DC, there to engage in a debate with Walter Pincus...

The title speaks for itself: Fiasco: The American Military Adventure in Iraq, 2003 to 2005. Tom Ricks, the military correspondent of the Washington Post wrote...

The indictment of the Bush administration for its conduct of the war on terrorism is both familiar and increasingly insistent. In the aftermath of 9/11,...

When you cry wolf once too often, you lose credibility. The same thing happens when you cry sheep. Is the CIA now crying sheep about al...

Osama bin Laden is threatening to attack us with weapons of mass destruction. Iraq is hanging in the balance. Syria has a clandestine nuclear-weapons program....

I couldn't decide whether to call this Mind of the Peanut or the Devil is In the Details. Either way, here's an interesting glimpse of the cranial gears...

Personnel with foreign language skills are critical to the success of U.S. foreign policy. And they are especially valuable when they don't speak or understand the...

 From 2002-05, Mark M. Lowenthal was an assistant director of the CIA and vice chairman of the National Intelligence Council. He has written one of...