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The CIA Doesn’t Need a ‘Glorious Loyalty Oath Crusade’ to Keep Secrets

My latest piece in The Atlantic: The U.S. intelligence community is having a terribly rough time lately with employees who just won’t keep their mouths shut. Following Edward Snowden’s drip-drip-drip of top-secret revelations and “several high-profile anonymous leaks and publications by former senior officers,” CIA in late June launched the “Honor the Oath” effort — […]

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In Defense of Jihadist Internet Forums

Last week, I published an article on why the US should think twice about shuttering online jihadist forums: The Washington Post recently reported that two popular jihadist Internet forums went dark for extended periods. Although these forums are now back up and running, it remains unclear whether the blackout was due to technical problems, a […]

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