Bosnia Accuses Croatia of Plot to Brand It a Terrorist Haven
Bosnia and Herzegovina said its neighbor had concocted a scheme to tarnish the reputation of the Muslim-majority country, a claim Croatia dismissed.
Where Spying Is the Law
China requires its citizens and corporations to conduct espionage for the state. Did Huawei comply?
Iran Envoy Rejects U.K. Diplomatic Protection for Detained Dual Citizen
A top Iranian diplomat said on Friday that diplomatic protection for Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, a British-Iranian who has been detained in Iran for nearly three years, contravened international law.
To Woo a Skeptical Trump, Intelligence Chiefs Talk Economics Instead of Spies
While the professionals do not criticize Mr. Trump’s focus, they question whether those interests are crowding out intelligence on threats like terrorism.
Charles McCarry, 88, Spy Turned Master Spy Novelist, Is Dead
What Mr. McCarry learned as a Cold War C.I.A. operative served him well as a writer. His fiction was compared to John le Carré’s.
Israel’s Secret Founding Fathers
Everyone knows the name David Ben-Gurion. Why don’t we know about the spy Jamil Cohen?
Putin’s One Weapon: The ‘Intelligence State’
Russia’s leader has restored the role its intelligence agencies had in the Soviet era — keep citizens in check and destabilize foreign adversaries.
Huawei Is Expanding in Canada, Despite U.S. Pressure
The Chinese technology company, accused by American authorities of posing a security risk, will add to its research and development group in Canada.
Huawei Was a Czech Favorite. Now? It’s a National Security Threat.
The Czech Republic has taken aggressive steps to limit the use of Huawei in 5G technology, setting off a fight being closely watched across Europe.
Saudi Arabia’s Threadbare Cover-Up of Khashoggi’s Killing Unravels Further
The crown prince, Mohammed bin Salman, was overheard threatening to silence the self-exiled Washington Post journalist “with a bullet.”