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Internacionales

Domingo, 13 de octubre del 2013

Though former NSA contractor Edward Snowden has been indicted for leaking secrets about the U.S. government’s intrusive surveillance tactics, he was honored by a group of former U.S. intelligence officials as a courageous whistleblower during a Moscow ceremony, reports ex-CIA analyst Ray McGovern who was there.

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Miércoles, 9 de octubre del 2013

O sobre la filosofía como lucha de clases Hace años que el autor de este blog, junto con otros compañeros cercanos a él, mantiene una polémica con Carlos Fernández Liria, Luis Alegre Zahonero y Daniel Iraberri sobre una serie de cuestiones entre las cuales destaca la del Estado. Nuestros interlocutores sostienen a este propósito la necesidad [...]

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Jueves, 5 de septiembre del 2013

As the NSA revelations have shown, whistleblowing is now an essential art. It is our means of keeping ‘public reason’ alive We all remember President Obama’s smiling face, full of hope and trust, in his first campaign: “Yes, we can!” – we can get rid of the cynicism of the Bush era and bring justice and [...]

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Lunes, 12 de agosto del 2013

The critical moment in the political trial of the century was on 28 February when Bradley Manning stood and explained why he had risked his life to leak tens of thousands of official files. It was a statement of morality, conscience and truth: the very qualities that distinguish human beings. This was not deemed mainstream [...]

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Miércoles, 31 de julio del 2013

Today Bradley Manning, a whistleblower, was convicted by a military court at Fort Meade of 19 offences for supplying the press with information, including five counts of ’espionage’. He now faces a maximum sentence of 136 years.

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Martes, 9 de julio del 2013

Many people compare Edward Snowden to me unfavorably for leaving the country and seeking asylum, rather than facing trial as I did. I don’t agree. The country I stayed in was a different America, a long time ago. After the New York Times had been enjoined from publishing the Pentagon Papers — on June 15, 1971, [...]

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Domingo, 7 de julio del 2013

Definitions for a New Age In the months after September 11, 2001, it was regularly said that “everything” had changed.  It’s a claim long forgotten, buried in everyday American life.  Still, if you think about it, in the decade-plus that followed — the years of the PATRIOT Act, “enhanced interrogation techniques,” “black sites,” robot assassination [...]

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Colaboraciones

Martes, 25 de junio del 2013

En el mundo del periodismo hay dos tipos de profesional: el que indaga exhaustivamente para descubrir la verdad y entender los factores contextuales que influyen en los hechos, presenta un balance y varias perspectivas, y el que tiene como único interés su persona y su posición dentro del campo mediático, sin importar el fin ideal [...]

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Sábado, 15 de junio del 2013

Bradley Manning Has Done More for U.S. Security than SEAL Team 6 The prosecution of Bradley Manning, WikiLeaks’ source inside the U.S. Army, will be pulling out all the stops when it calls to the stand a member of Navy SEAL Team 6, the unit that assassinated Osama bin Laden.  The SEAL (in partial disguise, as his identity [...]

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Domingo, 9 de junio del 2013

Of all the charges against Bradley Manning, the most pernicious—and revealing—is “aiding the enemy.”

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