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GABRIEL SCHOENFELD

GABRIEL SCHOENFELD

I have recently written here about Barack Obama's nuclear adviser, Joseph Cirincione here on Connecting the Dots. Today I do so also in the Los Angeles...

According to the Department of Homeland Security's color-coded "security advisory system," the terrorist "threat level" is currently yellow. To meet the elevated danger, citizens are...

In the March issue of Commentary, Nathan Thrall wrote a splendid review of Treacherous Alliance by Trita Parsi, an absurdly over-praised book that purports to...

 My oldest daughter, deceptively argumentative under her charming exterior, is a student at Stuyvesant High School in New York. Yesterday she recounted to me an...

STOCKHOLM, Sweden - Two people were arrested Wednesday after a worker was stopped at the entrance of a Swedish nuclear plant with a bag containing...

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Walter Pincus reports in the Washington Post on a new secrecy policy the Bush administration is introducing. It creates a protected category called "Controlled Unclassified Information" that...

Negotiations with North Korea about its nuclear-weapons program are lumbering on, with the United States playing the part of eager suitor and Pyongyang the part...

In China's Great Cultural Revolution, landlords and other capitalist roaders were paraded through the streets wearing dunce caps. The 20,000 analysts in the U.S. intelligence...

In 1981, Ronald Reagan promulgated Executive Order 12333, which, among other provisions, declared that "No person employed by or acting on behalf of the United...

On September 6, 2007, Israel destroyed a Syrian nuclear reactor at al Kibar. Writing about the raid in the New Yorker on February 11, 2008,...

I noted recently in the Wall Street Journal that a striking 55 percent of all intelligence community analysts were hired after September 11, 2001. On...