Yasser Arafat and Bill Clinton stood in the Map Room of the White House on September 13, 1993, making awkward conversation. Two days earlier, Clinton...
ISIS

Former CIA Deputy Director Michael Morell is not the first ranking official from the intelligence world to publish an account of his experiences. Still, the...

ISIS: Inside the Army of Terror By Michael Weiss & Hassan Hassan Regan Arts, 270 pages ISIS isn’t a terrorist organization. It’s a transnational army of...

Watching the explosion of “gotcha” outrage at the release of the so-called torture report on the part of many who had long ago determined that...

The story of Taimour Abdulwahab al-Abdaly starts in 1981 in Baghdad, where he was born the youngest in a family of four. The Abdalys left...

To the Editor: Contrary to what Seth Mandel writes in “The Failed War on the ‘War on Terror’” [November 2013], jihad is not the motivation for...

In May, President Barack Obama responded to critics of his counterterrorism policies by declaring that he was ready to work with Congress “to refine, and...

Enemies Within:Inside the NYPD’s Secret Spying Unit and Bin Laden’s Final Plot Against AmericaBy Matt Apuzzo and Adam GoldmanTouchstone, 336 pages There was a time when...

Terror and the Peace Talks Secretary of State John Kerry has been rewarded for months of effort with a new round of peace talks between Israel...

From the outset, the Obama administration’s handling of the most sensitive secrets of the war on terror has been worrisome. In April 2009, the Justice...

To the Editor: Brooke Goldstein and Gabriel Latner’s article on a 2010 USTOGAZA fundraiser at Rutgers University [“Flotilla U,” December 2011] highlights a growing concern: American...

Confronting Terror: 9/11 and the Future of American National Security Edited by Dean Reuter and John Yoo Encounter, 320 pages I was on an American Airlines...