Breaking the Taliban


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The capture of a top Taliban commander may mark a crucial turning point in the Afghan war.

American Press Corps Again Misses The Target In C.I.A. Bombing Investigation


I just can not stay away from the story of the December 30 suicide bombing at a C.I.A. base in Khost, Afghanistan, which killed seven American C.I.A. agents, injured six others, and killed al-Balawi’s “handler” Sharif Ali bin-Zeid, a Captain in the Jordanian intelligence service. Maybe there’s still some police detective left in me, even [...]

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Jordanian Double-Agent Burns USA – Can We Trust The Jordanians Any Further?


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Reuel Marc Gerecht: The Meaning of al Qaeda’s Double Agent – WSJ.com


The recent death in Afghanistan of seven American counterterrorist officers, one Jordanian intelligence operative, and one exploding al Qaeda double agent ought to give us cause to reflect on the real capabilities of the Central Intelligence Agency and al Qaeda. The report card isn’t good. America’s systemic intelligence problems were partially on display in the […]