<i>Barack Obama maintains that since he began his reign, race relations in the U.S. have improved. American society holds the opposite view.</i>
According to the president, the mass protests of African-Americans against police brutality that have already lasted for half a year should not overshadow the general [Read more]
According to many cybersecurity experts, the evidence that the FBI has presented against Pyongyang doesn’t hold water.
As President Obama pointed out, such a defeat for freedom of speech is truly regrettable.
North Korea's broadband and 3G cellular networks experienced large-scale outages that began in the early morning hours of Dec. 23 and lasted until midday. Was this a U.S. cyber-counteroffensive on North Korea? Will the digital dispute between the two nations escalate into a full-blown "cyberwar?" These questions are [Read more]
This is the start of a new form of war, and the United States has lost the first battle.
American movie audiences have turned a cinematically lacking film, full of dirty jokes, into a shining symbol for freedom of speech.
<i>Is American freedom threatened by hackers? The Hollywood outrage is beautiful to behold, but pulling “The Interview” accurately mirrors the state of American society today.</i>
Life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness: This integral part of the U.S. identity is enshrined in the preamble to the American [Read more]
The United States is considering whether to reclassify North Korea as a state sponsor of terrorism after the hacking of Sony Pictures Entertainment. This means that the U.S. views North Korea’s recent hacking as a serious security threat on the level of cyberterrorism. Last weekend, the FBI publically announced that [Read more]
Surely to heaven the mighty American film industry couldn’t be brought to its knees by laughable threats from a vicious, backward personality cult on the other side of the world.