[T]he British judge has the painful task of deciding not only the fate of a man, but the right to information that underpins any respected democracy.
We ... must continue questioning whether the citizens’ right to know and the freedom of the press will be threatened under the pretext of counterterrorism measures.
[T]he idea of entrusting the keys to such a strategic network to a Chinese actor makes the Europeans cautious − and the Americans hysterical!
Trump covers his tracks well and shakes off the bits of actual political reality that sometimes find their way into his words by chance.
Recently, the quintessential American organization, Committee of 100*, hosted its annual meeting in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, and its program included a panel on “Economic Espionage — Spies or Stereotypes.” At the meeting, Chinese-American scientists Xiaoxing Xi and Xiafen Chen described their experience of [Read more]
As the U.S.-China espionage battles continue, there will henceforth be many people locked up in America because they are mistaken for Chinese spies.
A truly strong signal, for example, would be to grant Edward Snowden asylum here.
Everyone knows, they purred, that everyone spies on everyone else. It’s all part of the game.