Given that from Trump's perspective releasing the material appears to only have an upside, not doing so would beg the obvious question: why not?
Why has Abe, who has always made a point of showing strength toward regional neighbors, now lost his backbone?
The evidence of a competition between sovereign states absolutely does not signify that the alliance between the two states is collapsing, nor does it reveal hostile intentions.
<i>A Turning Point for the NSA: Is America going to reduce wiretapping?</i>
<i>The new law restricts the National Security Agency’s right to spy on all electronic communication data. </i>
Is this a turning point in favor of Edward Snowden, who is hiding in Russia as a fugitive from U.S. authorities that [Read more]
Those who think in terms of 'eavesdropping = Orwell = evil,' find the idea unacceptable. But they offer no effective alternative.
Despite the fact that Snowden's various earth-shattering leaks cannot be proven, one thing is true: The mobile information age has not increased security guarantees for individual privacy, but [has done] the opposite.
You don’t want to invest a fortune in money and manpower, only to then lose it all when the U.S. government steps in and takes it away – all in the name of 'national security.'