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Edward Snowden news and analysis from The Nation
February 14, 2017
Edward Jay Epstein’s Alternative Facts
A new book suggests Snowden may have been a spy, but what it reveals is its author’s own duplicity.
January 13, 2017
Many Need Clemency Before Trump Takes Office. Here’s What You Can Do to Help
For some, this may be their last chance.
January 4, 2017
What Is the Fate of the First Amendment in the Digital Age?
Freedoms of speech and of the press are some of the first victims of today’s surveillance regime. They are also some of the best defenses against it.
December 5, 2016
9 Things Obama Can Do Before Leaving Office to Prepare for the Trump Takeover
In the next 40 days, the President can declassify secret documents, pardon whistle blowers, and punish high-level officials who abused their power.
November 12, 2016
The Disillusionment of ‘Snowden’
Oliver Stone has told the story of a man’s painful awakening from ignorance over and over again.
October 14, 2016
A New Spy Scandal Exposes the Corruption of Privatized Intelligence
“This is corporate malfeasance and a direct threat to national security.”
October 6, 2016
Letters From the October 24, 2016, Issue
Not so Gurley after all… I beg your pardon!… Why the fuss over Russ?… Disruption roulette… Collective responsibility…
October 3, 2016
September 11’s Biggest Lesson Still Hasn’t Been Learned—and It Has Nothing to Do With National Security
Liberty and safety are not incompatible; but try telling that to the national security state.
Karen J. Greenberg
September 22, 2016
There’s One Other Reason Gary Johnson and Jill Stein Should Be Invited to the Debates
Third-party presidential candidates help to force the conversation on hot-button issues—like pardoning Edward Snowden.
September 22, 2016
Bernie Sanders Speaks: Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump, and Building a Revolution
Plus, Edward Snowden on the NSA and Greg Grandin on Henry Kissinger.
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