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Just as the Assange saga consumes too much of Alex Gibney’s film, so today’s Snowden obsession deflects attention away from our sprawling surveillance state.
The amendment to the Defense Authorization Act urges robust negotiations toward a diplomatic settlement.
Thanks to whistleblower Edward Snowden, we now know that an army of private contractors can monitor anyone’s phone calls and e-mails.
A special report from behind rebel lines. Says one fighter, ‘The hatred in our hearts is growing. I worry that one day it will be bigger than our dreams.’
Early marriage and domestic violence in the camps are a fact of life for girls fleeing the civil war.
There are some hopeful signs, including his recent speech at the National Defense University and a new, less hawkish foreign policy team.
It’s not 1945 anymore. Humanity needs to get itself together.
Are Washington, Moscow and Beijing using the global arms trade to create a new cold war?
Until the president defines what “associated forces” are, the current formulation leaves open the possibility of unlimited, unending use of military force anywhere in the world.
The historic genocide trial of Efraín Ríos Montt was a huge step. But his conviction has been overturned—and many others have blood on their hands, including current president Otto Pérez Molina.