- Israel says it has "ironclad information" the US was responsible for tabling UN resolution on settlements
- Tom Rogan: "Ironclad" is likely code for Israel spying on America, which no American should tolerate
Tom Rogan is a foreign policy columnist for National Review, a domestic policy columnist for Opportunity Lives, a former panelist on "The McLaughlin Group" and a senior fellow at the Steamboat Institute. Follow him on Twitter @TomRtweets. The views expressed in this commentary are his own.
(CNN)All spies are equal, but some spies are more equal than others. The world of espionage or spying is defined by what CIA legend James Angleton called the "wilderness of mirrors.'' A wild world of contradictions, deceptions and doubt, the only way to navigate this world is to find enough mirrors that show the same thing. And when that happens, the intelligence community can make what it calls "high-confidence assessments'' about reality.