Kate Brannen
Kate Brannen

Kate Brannen is the deputy managing editor of Just Security and a nonresident senior fellow at the Brent Scowcroft Center on International Security at the Atlantic Council.

Jurisprudence
July 13 2018 5:54 PMThe Biggest Takeaways From Mueller’s Indictment of Russian Intel OfficersHere’s what you need to know.
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June 14 2018 7:45 PMThe Complicated Truths of the DOJ’s Inspector General ReportA long investigation reveals the FBI’s actions during the 2016 campaign aren’t black and white.
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May 21 2018 4:58 PMWhat Happened in That Trump Tower Meeting With RussiansThe documents released by the Senate Judiciary Committee cleared a few things up, but a lot of the details are still murky.
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March 9 2018 2:50 PMThe Post-Election Mystery of Carter Page
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Feb. 9 2018 4:03 PMSome Theories About Michael Flynn’s Plea DealThere’s a chance Robert Mueller is holding back for the moment.
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Oct. 30 2017 1:54 PMA Timeline of Paul Manafort’s Relationship with Donald TrumpThey’ve known each other since the 1980s.
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June 28 2018 4:55 PMIs Anyone Left to Curb Trump’s Most Authoritarian Instincts?“I feel like I’m slowly watching us turn into Turkey,” says one source inside the administration.
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May 28 2018 7:34 PMThe Mueller Investigation’s Known UnknownsReading the tea leaves after a confusing week.
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March 9 2018 5:01 PMPutin’s Story About Russian Interference in 2016 Sounds an Awful Lot Like Trump’s
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March 1 2018 1:17 PMTantrum TimeWhat might be behind Trump’s deranged attack on the DOJ’s inspector general.
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Nov. 9 2017 5:15 PMWhy Did It Take So Long to Indict Paul Manafort?His alleged crimes stretch back to 2006.