Articles by Calder Walton
Calder Walton / March 29, 2019
Mueller has issued his report, but a key issue remains: is Trump an asset of the Kremlin?
Calder Walton / February 7, 2018
Even taken on its own terms, the Nunes memo does nothing that Trump claims. But it does show us something—with deep ramifications for the intelligence community, the Russia investigation and maybe...
Calder Walton / December 1, 2017
Newly declassified documents show that, as at Cambridge, the Soviet Union fought to recruit talented students at Oxford University. The risk to British security could have been huge
Calder Walton / November 1, 2017
There's no smoking gun just yet. But the Trump-Russia scandal has the potential to spark an even more damaging US constitutional crisis than Watergate
Calder Walton / June 9, 2017
The latest episode in Trump's presidency revealed the true depth of his egotism
Calder Walton / May 30, 2017
As questions continue to be asked of MI5, it's worth reflecting on how the press treats intelligence services – on both sides of the Atlantic
The US president’s carelessness could end up damaging America’s relationships with its security partners
Never before has a US president attracted so much public criticism from US intelligence and its closest intelligence ally, Britain
Kremlingate seems new, but historic US intercepts reveal previous Russian agents in the White House