Assange’s liberty represents that of all journalists and publishers whose job is to expose government and corporate criminality without fear of prosecution
Assange would never receive a fair trial in the U.S., but he’s not receiving one in Britain either.
By depriving the WikiLeaks founder of his freedom, US and Britain prosecutors are intimidating journalists—and abetting torturers, war criminals, and kleptocrats everywhere
The question is, what do the people of Kashmir — those in the Indian-held two-thirds of the region, the Pakistani-held western third and the Hindu Kashmiris who were expelled from their homes in 1947 and are still officially displaced — want?
It takes a brave soul to provide evidence of official criminality to journalists not only in Brazil but in most of the world. The risks are murder, torture and imprisonment for the leaker as well as the journalist
Assange waits to know whether he will ever be free again, while journalists who published his leaked documents continue working without fear of prosecution
America’s muddled involvement with Syria
In an absolute monarchy, the difference between criticism and treason does not pertain
Before President Barack Obama authorized clandestine operations to defeat Syrian President Bashar al Assad in 2013, he asked the CIA to write…
If the trial proceeds in camera and the court finds Collaery and Witness K guilty, they will join the legion of civil servants whose commitment to better government got them imprisoned