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Mike Lee (left), a Republican senator from Utah: “Somewhat unsatisfied” with the “legal, factual and moral justification” for the attack on Qassem Suleimani. Photograph: Tom Brenner/Reuters

Mike Lee, a Republican senator from Utah, blasted Trump administration officials for offering an inadequate briefing on the intelligence that justifie(...)

A poster of Iranian military commander Qassem Suleimani worn by  a Houthi supporter at a rally in Saada, Yemen to denounce  the US killing.  The writing on the poster reads: ‘God is the Greatest, Death to America, Death to Israel, Curse on the Jews, Victory to Islam.’ Photograph: Naif Rahma/Reuters

“Ladies and gentlemen, we got him.” I can still remember the exultant tone of Paul Bremer, the American governor of post-invasion Iraq, as he announc(...)

Democratic House speaker Nancy Pelosi  speaks during the House of Representatives debate on impeachment. Photograph: House Television via AP

History was made on Wednesday night as Donald Trump became only the third US president to be impeached. The 435-member House of Representatives voted(...)

Vladimir Putin: appears to be still using Windows XP. Sergei Chirikov/EPA

Russian agents have been accused of worldwide hacking operations, but someone at the Kremlin has apparently forgotten to inform Vladimir Putin of the (...)

 US president Donald Trump  with  Saudi crown prince Mohammed bin Salman. Photograph: Mandel Ngan/AFP/Getty

A reminder of US president Donald Trump’s unique foreign policy priorities has been served following the killing of three American soldiers at a milit(...)

EY global security leader Kris Lovejoy: ‘With the coming of AI and 5G there is a much bigger attack surface where people who are angry can cause widespread disruption.’

Company boards have woken up to cybersecurity risks and are paying considerably far more attention to the issue and are actively fighting to stay ahea(...)

US president Donald Trump and  secretary of state Mike Pompeo: In March, the White House revoked the travel visa of ICC prosecutor Fatou Bensouda over plans to investigate possible war crimes by US soldiers and the CIA. Photograph: Kevin Lamarque

One of the world’s oldest human rights organisations has appealed to countries that signed the Rome Statute, which set up the International Criminal C(...)

Jerry Chun Shing Lee (55), left the CIA in 2007. In 2010, he was approached by  Chinese intelligence officers who offered to pay him $100,000 and to take care of him “for life” for information. File photograph: NYT

A former CIA case officer has been sentenced by a federal judge in Virginia to serve 19 years in prison, after he pleaded guilty in May to conspiring(...)

Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev and US president Ronald Reagan in 1987. Photograph: Jose R Lopez/The New York Times

When he was running in 2016, Donald Trump told me that he reminded himself of another presidential candidate – someone, Trump said, who was also treme(...)

Scott Z Burns at The Report Press Conference at the Four Seasons Hotel on October 16th, 2019 in Beverly Hills, California. Photograph: Vera Anderson/WireImage

When director Scott Z Burns was briefing Adam Driver on his role as Daniel Jones in The Report, he hit upon a stark, terrifying metaphor. “Imagine you(...)

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