The Discreet Charm of the Interior Ministry
As Putin-allied parties join governing coalitions in Italy and Austria, their interior ministries could give Russia a backdoor to meddle in Europe—and undermine Western security co-operation.
Russia’s Brexit Subversion
A new wave of revelations strongly suggests that Russia interfered in last year’s Brexit referendum. Why is the UK government staying silent?
Dirty Foreign Money’s Existential Threat to Democracy
Cultivating corrupt political proxies in order to sow chaos in the West is a game as old as the Comintern itself. But a set of technological, social, political, and above all financial innovations have made the old playbook much more effective.
The UK Returns
Brexit was supposed to herald Britain’s retreat from a global security role. Precisely the opposite is more likely to be true.
Money & Politics
Who Funded Brexit?
Meet Arron Banks, the previously little-known insurance entrepreneur who bankrolled Leave.EU and might be set to take over UKIP.
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