Stories of America’s actions in the world.
How the American envoy tried to persuade General Sisi with lessons from The Iliad.
Revelations about NSA compliance raise questions, but don’t prove deliberate misconduct
MG McConville on why artillery is better than helicopters
David Miranda’s detention was a terrible mistake. But that doesn’t mean he’s innocent
Why President Obama’s do-nothing Egypt policy is Washington’s best option
Turkey’s current situation proves that the AKP’s foreign policy approach has roundly failed
President Obama needs to respond to the Kremlin’s nasty behavior
A blow to the country’s “success story”
The “war on terror” has, since its birth in the smoldering horror of 9/11, carried within it the seeds of deep, cynical irony.
But do we accept that or build a better internet?
Cryptography as privacy works only if both ends work at it in good faith
Despite erroneous media reports suggesting Iran delivered its first Aframax tanker to Venezuela’s PDVSA in October 2012, the tanker could…
Thinking critically about what we know of NSA surveillance
Secrecy and transparency in tension
An interview between me and “Limitless” author Alan Glynn.
Time to tell the whole story of what’s happening in Jonglei
Bradley Manning was rightly convicted, but his case is still troubling
How American politics influence international justice
By revealing the National Security Agency’s PRISM program and vast global data mining operations, Edward Snowden did more than unleash a…
There are no two ways about it: Edward Snowden is defecting to Russia
Journalists should be able to protect their sources, within reason
Defining and leveraging his prosecution
Il faut accepter que les données « confiées au nuage” ne sont pas
stockées au Paradis, mais dans un Purgatoire construit par les…
We are all prisoners of metaphor when it comes to describing the world.
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