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On Tuesday, America’s national security leaders took part in a rite of congressional oversight — the annual Worldwide Threats hearing. This session — featuring the Director of National Intelligence, accompanied by the Directors of the Central Intelligence Agency, Federal Bureau of Investigation, National Security Agency, Defense Intelligence Agency, and National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency — has taken on a different character during the Trump administration, however.
In previous years, lawmakers tended to hew to the title of the hearing, formulating questions around threats to America’s security and prosperity, including terrorism, cyber attacks, weapons of mass destruction, and foreign espionage. Tuesday’s hearing broached all of them, but the Senate Intelligence Committee’s Democratic members — as they have for the past two years — leveraged the session to spotlight daylight between the intelligence community and President Donald Trump. And the daylight poured in; intelligence officials implicitly contradicted Trump on issues ranging from ISIS (not defeated), North Korea (not denuclearizing), Iran (still denuclearized), among others.
At the same time, the hearing seemed to pose a dilemma for the administration witnesses. As they recounted the litany of threats America faces, they seemed to dance around a threat whose name they dared not speak: that of Trump and his “America First” foreign policy. A careful parsing of their statements and prepared remarks, however, paints this as an unmistakable concern on the part of those charged with upholding our security.
In order to understand their message, it’s necessary to understand how our national security professionals must communicate. America’s intelligence community, adhering to statute and policy, trains its resources—both operational and analytic—on the world beyond America’s shores, scrupulously avoiding weighing in on the wisdom of U.S. policy or actions. All the while, our intelligence professionals recognize that America’s approach to the world around us will hold implications—good or bad—for the challenges and opportunities we face.
Take, for example, the Trump administration’s recent decision to recognize Juan Guaido as Venezuela’s legitimate leader. We can be confident that America’s intelligence analysts have analyzed the implications of that policy shift—including on Venezuela’s opposition movement, President Niclas Maduro’s hold on power, and on global oil markets—while being careful to avoid opining on the soundness of that policy itself. Indeed, America’s intelligence analysts will confine themselves to dissecting the potential implications of American foreign policy, while doing their best to leave un-analyzed the underlying decisions.
How, then, might it look if our intelligence community assessed that Trump’s broad approach to foreign policy posed novel and potentially profound dangers to America’s security and prosperity? We need not look very far.
Take, for instance, the National Intelligence Strategy, which the Office of the Director of National Intelligence released last week and referenced in his remarks on Tuesday. Among the first conclusions put forward in the strategy reads:
Traditional adversaries will continue attempts to gain and assert influence, taking advantage of changing conditions in the international environment — including the weakening of the post-WWII international order and dominance of Western democratic ideals, increasingly isolationist tendencies in the West, and shifts in the global economy. These adversaries pose challenges within traditional, non-traditional, hybrid, and asymmetric military, economic, and political spheres.
In short, the intelligence community assessed that, going forward, our adversaries could find themselves better positioned because of “changing conditions,” many of which are attributable to — or, at the very least, exacerbated by — Trump’s approach to the world. Weakening of the post-WWII international order and democratic ideals? Look no farther than Trump’s disdain for and efforts to undermine NATO, just as he has all but abandoned America’s championing of human rights and democracy in places like Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Russia, Turkey, and the Philippines.
Increasingly isolationist tendencies in the West? This is even more on the nose for the Trump administration, a veiled reference to Trump’s jettisoning of international agreements and treaties, eschewing of multilateral fora, and overriding belief that the United States need not be encumbered by pesky partnerships or alliances. While remaining agnostic on the approach, the intelligence community could hardly be clearer that Trump’s policies have provided opportunities for our adversaries. It goes without saying, especially if you’re an American intelligence professional, that an opportunity for an adversary is a threat to America.
We saw much the same ahead of Tuesday’s Senate hearing. Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats included a fairly jolting assessment in his written statement for the record, writing:
At the same time, some U.S. allies and partners are seeking greater independence from Washington in response to their perceptions of changing U.S. policies on security and trade and are becoming more open to new bilateral and multilateral partnerships.
Here again, the intelligence community is careful to maintain foreign actors — “U.S. allies and partners” in this case — as the subject of the assessment, while pointing to the implications of the administration’s approach. The assessment is carefully worded, but the core point is unmistakable: our allies are distancing themselves from the United States in response to what they are seeing of us on the world stage.
The hearing featured other instances of what we could reasonably interpret to reflect the national security establishment’s profound unease with Trump. In one such case, Director Coats declined to speak in open session to his concerns over the one-on-one meeting in Helsinki between Trump and Putin. “Senator, clearly, this is a sensitive issue and it’s an issue that we ought to talk about this afternoon,” the DNI responded, referring to the afternoon’s classified session. What, precisely, is “sensitive” about the issue? The world, of course, knows about the fact of the meeting; it was the implications of the extraordinary one-on-one that Coats was so wary of discussing publicly.
America’s intelligence analysts are apolitical in their approach and sober in their work. At the same time, they come from a culture that prizes objectivity and the need to express hard truths, even to difficult audiences. When our professionals tell us — even if subtly — that the administration’s foreign policy is leaving us less safe, all Americans should listen.
Image: FBI Director Christopher Wray; CIA Director Gina Haspel; Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats; Gen. Robert Ashley, director of the Defense Intelligence Agency; Gen. Paul Nakasone, director of the National Security Agency; and Robert Cardillo, director of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency await to testify at a Senate Intelligence Committee hearing on “Worldwide Threats” January 29, 2019 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images).


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Democrats to Investigate Treasury’s Decision to Lift Sanctions on Oleg Deripaska’s Companies

Congressional Democrats want to know if there’s more to the story on why the Trump administration removed sanctions on three companies owned by Russian oligarch Oleg Deripaska.
The energy and aluminum magnate and his companies were sanctioned last April as part of an effort to target oligarchs known to be close to Russian President Vladimir Putin. But in December, Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin said he planned to remove the firms from the sanctions list because Deripaska had agreed to divest himself of a controlling interest in the firms. Democrats mounted an effort to reverse the delisting decision, but failed to get enough Republican support in the Senate to pass a resolution blocking the move. The sanctions on the firm were lifted on Sunday, although Deripaska personally remains on a list of sanctioned individuals.
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Deripaska is one of Russia’s wealthiest men. He has in the past been banned from entering the United States over alleged ties to Russian organized crime (which Deripaska denies). He has also come under scrutiny in special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election. The oligarch is a former lobbying client and business associate of President Donald Trump’s imprisoned ex-campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, who allegedly owes Deripaska millions and tried to repay this debt by offering the oligarch insider briefings on the 2016 presidential election.
From the start, the sanctions against Deripaska’s companies—En+ Group LLC, a large mining and energy conglomerate; UC Rusal PLC, one of the world’s largest aluminum mining companies; and JSC EuroSibEnergo, Russia’s largest private power company—were controversial and rattled the global aluminum market. Although sanctions against Deripaska went into effect immediately—preventing Americans from doing business of any kind with him—Treasury granted a series of waivers to allow his companies to continue to do business as normal. In December, before the sanctions were officially applied, Mnuchin announced that Treasury had brokered an agreement with Deripaska.
According to the public documents released by Treasury, Deripaska would reduce his ownership in the companies to less than 50 percent, transferring his shares to other companies. The documents did not fully disclose the identities of the outfits poised to take control of Deripaska’s shares.
House Democrats summoned Mnuchin to Capitol Hill in early January to explain his delisting decision, and following the briefing they accused the treasury secretary of obfuscating. “With stiff competition, mind you, this is one of the worst classified briefings we’ve received from the Trump administration,” House Majority Leader Nancy Pelosi told reporters. Mnuchin insisted that he had been forthright and said he was “surprised” that House Democrats felt they didn’t have enough information.
“These entities are undergoing significant restructuring and governance changes that sever Deripaska’s control and significantly diminish his ownership,” Mnuchin said at the time. “They have committed to provide Treasury with an unprecedented level of transparency into their dealings to ensure that Deripaska does not reassert control. As a result, these entities will no longer be designated for sanctions.”
However, according to confidential Treasury documents obtained by the New York Times last week, the details of Deripaska’s agreement to limit his involvement with the sanctioned companies varied drastically from what was presented publicly. For instance, Treasury said that Deripaska would reduce his ownership of En+ from 70 to 44.95 percent. But the confidential documents show that Deripaska will transfer shares to a foundation that he founded and funds, as well as to his ex-wife, her father, and a related company. All told, the shares owned by Deripaska, his foundation, and his close family will total about 57 percent, suggesting he will in fact retain control of En+. Also, despite public claims by the Treasury Department that he would not be allowed to profit from the transactions, the confidential documents suggest that by turning over shares to a Russian state-owned bank, he would benefit by retiring some of his debts to the institution.
In their letter to Mnuchin, which cites the Times‘ reporting, the House committee chairmen note that Treasury’s agreement with Deripaska “appears designed to allow him to retain significant influence, if not de facto control, over En+, Rusal, and ESE.” And the letter notes that “many questions remain unanswered.”
On Tuesday, Democratic Sen. Mark Warner (Va.), the ranking member of the Senate intelligence committee, sent a similar letter, asking for more details on Treasury’s decision to delist Deripaska’s companies.
Earlier this week, Rep. Jackie Speier (Calif.) sent a separate letter probing whether Mnuchin has a personal conflict of interest in the delisting deal. In her letter, first reported by Buzzfeed, Speier noted that prior to taking office Mnuchin owned a movie production company that he sold, in part, to Access Industries, a company owned by Len Blavatnik, a Russian-born billionaire who has ties to Deripaska. Blavatnik sits on the board of a company called SUAL, a major shareholder in Rusal. According to the New York Times, SUAL’s stake in Rusal will increase as part of Deripaska’s deal with the Treasury Department. In short, a man who is believed to have paid Mnuchin as much as $25 million for his movie company may well benefit from the deal to remove Rusal from the sanctions list.
Blavatnik is a US citizen who lives primarily in Britain, where he is sometimes described as the wealthiest man in the United Kingdom. He has donated to American political candidates and PACs for years, but in 2016 tilted his giving heavily to the right; Access Industries donated $1 million to Trump’s inaugural fund, and Blavatnik attended the inauguration.
Neither a representative for Access Industries nor the Treasury Department responded to a request for comment on whether Mnuchin has any ongoing relationship with Blavatnik.
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