Confront and conceal book review
‘Confront and Conceal,’ by David Sanger - The New York TimesIs the United States at war with Iran? The stunning revelations by Mr. He persuasively shows that under Mr. Specifically, in and the software threw off the balance of centrifuges at the Natanz nuclear enrichment center. It did so in a variety of unpredictable ways, making it at first seem like the problems were random or the result of Iranian incompetence.
‘Confront and Conceal,’ by David Sanger
He would defeat Al Qaeda by remaking the Afghan nation. His goal was a level of societal coherence and governmental functionality never before seen in that mountain redoubt of a country. At the end of , Obama convened a committee charged with narrowing his Afghan mission to its bare essence and finding a quick passageway to the exits. It was Sanger, the chief Washington correspondent for this newspaper, who first revealed that the United States built and unleashed that cyberweapon, in collaboration with Israel. But while Obama seems untroubled by the use of force to protect American interests, he remains leery of military action when no national threat exists — unless, as in Libya, he can get others to do the heavy lifting.
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If David Sanger's account in his new book, “Confront and Conceal,” a solid but rather dutiful summary of this administration's foreign policy.
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