Articles by Peter Maass

How Donald Trump Could Destroy the Global Fight Against Kleptocracy

The Intercept  |  June 30, 2017

Brad Pitt’s “War Machine” Offers an Absurd and Scathing Critique of America’s Generals

The Intercept  |  June 17, 2017

Donald Trump’s War on Journalism Has Begun. But Journalists Are Not His Main Target.

The Intercept  |  May 28, 2017

White Fear in the White House: Young Bannon Disciple Julia Hahn Is a Case Study in Extremism

The Intercept  |  May 7, 2017

For Donald Trump, a Terror Attack Will Be an Opportunity, Not a Curse

The Intercept  |  March 19, 2017

Trump Official Obsessed Over Nuclear Apocalypse, Men’s Style in 40,000 Posts on Fashion Site

The Intercept  |  February 16, 2017

Dark Essays By White House Staffer Are the Intellectual Source Code of Trumpism

The Intercept  |  February 12, 2017

What Slobodan Milosevic Taught Me About Donald Trump

The Intercept  |  February 7, 2017

In Just 10 Days, President Trump Has Split the Government Into Warring Factions

The Intercept  |  January 31, 2017

Should Officials Resign When the Government Goes Crazy?

The Intercept  |  January 29, 2017

Obama’s Pardon of Gen. James Cartwright Is a New Twist in the War on Leaks

The Intercept  |  Jan. 18, 2017

Why Obama Should Pardon All Whistleblowers and Leakers—Not Just Edward Snowden

The Intercept  |  Sept. 19, 2016

He Was a Hacker for the NSA and He Was Willing to Talk. I Was Willing to Listen.

The Intercept  |  June 28, 2016

What It’s Like to Read the NSA’s Newspaper for Spies

The Intercept  |  May 9, 2016

Obama’s Gift to Trump: A Policy of Cracking Down on Journalists and Their Sources

The Intercept  |  April 6, 2016

What the Guilty Verdict of Radovan Karadzic Tells Us About War Crimes After 9/11

The Intercept  |  March 24, 2016

‘13 Hours’ Splashes Blood Across the Screen and Misses the Real Story of Benghazi

The Intercept  |  January 14, 2016

Homeland Goes Rogue Against the Espionage Act

The Intercept  |  November 10, 2015

Firing Blind: Flawed Intelligence and the Limits of Drone Technology

The Intercept  |  Oct. 15, 2015

How the Makers of ‘Zero Dark Thirty’ Seduced the CIA with Fake Earrings

The Intercept  |  September 9, 2015

The Philosopher of Surveillance

The Intercept  |  August 11, 2015
What Happens When a Failed Writer Becomes a Loyal Spy?

Benghazi Film by Michael Bay Could Be Next ‘American Sniper’ but Let’s Hope Not

The Intercept  |  July 30, 2015

How Jeffrey Sterling Took On the CIA—and Lost Everything

The Intercept  |  June 18, 2015

Inside NSA, Officials Privately Criticize ‘Collect It All’ Surveillance

The Intercept  |  May 28, 2015

The CIA and the Myths of the Bin Laden Raid

The Intercept  |  May 19, 2015

Obama’s War on Leaks Faces Backlash in Court

The Intercept  |  May 13, 2015

Why Should Bowe Bergdahl Suffer More Than Generals Who Did Far Worse?

The Intercept  |  March 27, 2015

Atrocities Committed by U.S.-Trained Iraqi Forces—Again

The Intercept  |  March 13, 2015

Petraeus Plea Deal Reveals Two-Tier Justice System for Leaks

The Intercept  |  March 3, 2015

Destroyed By The Espionage Act

The Intercept  |  February 18, 2015
Stephen Kim Spoke To A Reporter. Now He’s In Jail. This Is His Story

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