Dear New Yorkers, wouldn't it be a shame for your wonderful city, where nearly 20 million people live and which has a GDP six times greater than the Czech Republic, to be led by a repeated liar, Carlos Danger?
That the U.S. collection of data is already inherently excessive — even for defense against terrorism — is apparently not yet enough for a mass movement
The United States' strategic goal is to push the Arab region into the furnaces of internal conflict.
<i>Without American backing for the Egyptian revolution, without military support and the guarantees that allow Egypt to continue feeding its people, the military regime will collapse.</i>
One of the main characteristics of a revolution is the rivers of blood. Velvet revolutions, white revolutions, the collapse of [Read more]
In only a few days, the court will render its verdict about WikiLeaks whistle-blower Bradley Manning. It is not only the soldier’s freedom that is at stake, but also a fundamental principle: Will the U.S. government succeed in criminalizing the unwanted publication of information in an Internet era? [Read more]
Snowden is neither the first nor the last 'hacktivist' who has leaked sensitive government information with the right to information and transparency as the primary banner.
One week after Edward Snowden's application for temporary asylum he has not yet obtained transit documents or left the airport in Moscow as many had expected. His lawyers claim that, given the special nature of this case, the U.S. is the predominant factor in Russia's deliberations on how to handle the issue. The [Read more]
So, matrimonial martyr, or political opportunist? If we take these political narratives at face value, it’s either-or.