Category: Foreign Policy

Carter Page Was Always an Oddball

It’s fair to say that we know the precise moment when Carter Page went from being an ordinary citizen into a person of intense interest for foreign policy experts and intelligence services around the world. That moment came in the…

Afghanistan Never Seems to Get Better

I guess there’s a theory that things may have gone better in Afghanistan if the coalition of troops that invaded the country in 2001 hadn’t become distracted and diluted by the decision to invade Iraq. We’ll never really know if…

Sessions and the September 8th Meeting

Now that we know that Jeff Sessions met with the Russian ambassador in his private Senate office on Thursday, September 8th, 2016, we need to try to put that time period in some context so we can assess the plausibility…