Adam Entous joined The New Yorker as a staff writer in 2018, covering intelligence, national security, and foreign affairs. While working at the Washington Post, Adam shared a Pulitzer Prize and a special Polk Award for stories that led to the firing of President Trump’s first national-security adviser and to the appointment of a special prosecutor to investigate Russia’s role in the 2016 Presidential election. In 2017, Adam was a finalist for a Pulitzer Prize in feature writing for a story about an American diplomat wrongly accused of spying. Previously, Adam worked at the Wall Street Journal, where he covered national security. His articles at the Journal received back-to-back National Press Club awards for diplomatic reporting. Before joining the Journal, Adam served as a senior correspondent for Reuters based in Jerusalem, and covered the White House and Congress. He lives in Washington, D.C.
Officials from the three countries have repeatedly encouraged their American counterparts to consider ending the Ukraine-related sanctions in return for Putin’s help in removing Iranian forces from Syria. By Adam EntousJuly 9, 2018
The first of the four secret letters, in which U.S. Administrations agreed not to pressure Israel to give up its undeclared nuclear weapons, was drafted during the Clinton Administration. By Adam EntousJune 18, 2018