Defense contractors and the government officials that pay them are more than happy to preserve the threat of attack—to their financial benefit.
The US military's involvement in the unraveling of a continent.
What is the NSA doing with your metadata?
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.
A new campaign against robotic weapons systems is challenging society’s latest threat to peace.
Fifty years ago, Kennedy made a historic speech that brought America and the Soviet Union back from the brink.
Snowden’s leaks not only revealed the immense spying capabilities of the NSA PRISM program but also the private contractors at the helm of these databanks.
Thanks to whistleblower Edward Snowden, we now know that an army of private contractors can monitor anyone’s phone calls and e-mails.
The words ring the same for 2013: For every measure, there will always be a potential countermeasure.