From the Desk of Gregory J. Wallance: After a Century, End the Myth of Women In Espionage

  A version of this article originally appeared in an October 2017 issue of The Hill. Gregory J. Wallance is the author of The Woman Who Fought an Empire: Sarah Aaronsohn and Her Nili Spy Ring (Potomac Books, 2018) and a lawyer and writer … Continue reading From the Desk of Gregory J. Wallance: After a Century, End the Myth of Women In Espionage

The Bridge of Spies: The exchange of Francis Gary Powers for Rudolph Abel

Francis Gary Powers, Jr. is the son of Francis Gary Powers who served as a pilot in the U.S. Air Force and completed twenty-seven U-2 photographic reconnaissance missions for the CIA, including several overflights of the Soviet Union, until shot … Continue reading The Bridge of Spies: The exchange of Francis Gary Powers for Rudolph Abel

From the desk of Brian Glyn Williams: 5 Things You Should Know about the CIA’s “Robotic” Drone Assassination Campaign

Professor Brian Glyn Williams is author of Predators: The CIA’s Drone War on Al Qaeda (Potomac Books, 2013). He worked for the CIA’s Counter Terrorism Center and Information Operations team in Afghanistan.    5 Things You Should Know about the CIA’s “Robotic” Drone … Continue reading From the desk of Brian Glyn Williams: 5 Things You Should Know about the CIA’s “Robotic” Drone Assassination Campaign