Perhaps the departure of Bashir and Assange will signal a new wave of accountability that will eventually reach the shores of the United States in time to drain the swamp in 2020.
The president didn’t just want the FBI to stop investigating his friend Mike Flynn. He wanted it to arrest journalists.
In Trump, the Kremlin got what it wanted — an America paralyzed by an incompetent administration at odds with more than half the country’s population.
Advocates will continue to push for the tax on Wall Street that could raise billions in revenue over 10 years.
Although he could face life in prison for a crime of conscience, Manning must feel at least some relief that his pre-trial confinement has come to an end.
Official secrecy doesn’t just shield high-ranking officials from the personal embarrassment that comes with taking the term “embedded” too literally.
Americans who want to know what caused Haiti’s devastation need to look in the mirror.
The top conspirator in the Bush administration and the soldier who leaked thousands of cables to wikileaks get different treatment from the justice system.
Bringing war crimes, diplomatic treachery, and animal abuse to light is dangerous.
The mainstream media mostly ignores him.
The country’s economy leans on underpaid workers and remittances from its startlingly enterprising emigrants.
Islamabad’s inaction on extremism is a recurring theme in many of the WikiLeaked cables emanating from the U.S. embassy in Pakistan.
Its official refusal to aid the U.S. in invading Iraq masked Canada’s actual participation.
For Washington, WikiLeaks’ real crime is public humiliation.
The Foreign Policy in Focus Wikileaks authority interviews the Nation’s WikiLeaks authority, Greg Mitchell.