Asha Rangappa
Asha Rangappa

Asha Rangappa is a senior lecturer at Yale’s Jackson Institute for Global Affairs. She served as an FBI counterintelligence agent from 2002–2005.

Jurisprudence
Jan. 30 2018 2:34 PMThe Nunes Conspiracy TheoryThe impossibly tangled web behind these bogus accusations.
Jurisprudence
Dec. 15 2017 5:49 PMCollusion Doesn’t Have to Be CriminalEven if Mueller doesn’t find a smoking gun, Trump still might be in Putin’s pocket.
Doublex
Sept. 5 2013 12:01 PMUnrigging the Admissions SystemThe path to getting into an elite school has long been shrouded in mystery. It’s up to us, the admissions officers, to lift the veil.
Jurisprudence
July 9 2010 2:08 PMWhy Doesn't the FBI Prosecute More Spies?The logic behind swapping the Russian agents rather than bringing them to trial.
Jurisprudence
Dec. 18 2017 4:47 PMHow Trump Could Derail the Special Counsel InvestigationFiring Rod Rosenstein would be far more effective, and far more dangerous, than firing Robert Mueller.
Jurisprudence
Sept. 23 2017 8:12 PMWhat Mueller Might Have on ManafortTwo FBI surveillance orders suggest that the special counsel sees Trump’s former campaign chairman as the key to the Russia investigation.
Jurisprudence
Dec. 21 2012 1:41 PMLet’s Tax GunsMake it more expensive to build an arsenal.
Jurisprudence
Sept. 2 2009 12:19 PMTorture Makes the FBI's Job HarderGoodwill toward the United States is an agent's best tool, at home and abroad.