Deputies Accused of Being in Secret Societies ; White Christian America Needs a Moral Awakening ; and More Picks 8/5
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What do President Donald Trump and a number of Russian oligarchs have in common? Answer: Deutsche Bank. We pick up where we left off by examining how Trump first became involved with the international colossus — a bank catering to clients who understood that sometimes the line between profit and illegality blurs.
Mattis: No Evidence Assad Used Sarin on His Own People ; The Next Bathroom Bill …and More Picks 2/12
Global Arms Trade Doc ; Mugabe Holds On in Zimbabwe ; Jack Ruby was at JFK Parade …and More Picks 11/20
CIA attempts to deceive the public are being thwarted, thanks to the Internet, the Freedom of Information Act, Edward Snowden, Chelsea Manning, and intrepid journalists like Jason Leopold (a “FOIA terrorist”).
Last year, we addressed questions of fairness and equity in the long imprisonment of Jonathan Pollard for spying on behalf of Israel. With the Snowden case, the issue of how to handle those who reveal America’s secrets has taken on a new life.
Trump and Putin in Syria? Not So Friendly ; Where Coca-Cola Is More Plentiful Than Water …and More Picks 7/18
With all the casting of blame for the treatment of Middle Eastern refugees, why don’t we hear an equally important discussion: Who’s to blame for the crisis prompting them to flee?
When describing threats to American national security, the go-to word for U.S. officials is “imminent.” The definition behind that term of art isn’t a standard one, though. And it often amounts to a license to kill.
Economic Struggle in Japan ; Pentagon Says 35 Killed in Trump’s First Yemen Raid …and More Picks 12/27
Longtime Middle East correspondent Charles Glass offers his droll, insightful, and entertaining personal take on the much-debated threat presented by Iran. He sees every indication that the country is much more interested in business than in war.
New CIA Chief Awards Saudi Prince Counterterrorism Medal ; Greece Looks Closer to Grexit … and more Picks for 2/15.