Convicting Bradley Manning 0

Implications for WikiLeaks and Whistleblowers “[I]t is the duty of all persons in the service of the United States, as well as all other the inhabitants thereof, to give the earliest information to Congress or other proper authority of any

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Egipto: menos democracia, menos revolución, menos laicismo 0

Bora S. Kamel El autor, arabista y experto en Oriente Próximo, analiza la vuelta atrás en la revolución egipcia y a quiénes beneficia el reciente golpe de Estado. Aceptando el principio de que el proceso desencadenado en enero de 2011

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Culpable en el mundo del revés 0

Bradley Manning La jueza del tribunal militar absolvió a Bradley Manning de la acusación más grave, “ayudar al enemigo”, pero lo halló culpable de infracción al Acta de Espionaje, en cargos múltiples. Los cargos podrían conllevar una larga condena. La

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China y Venezuela en la era post-Chávez 0

Son bien conocidos los vínculos entre China y Venezuela (1), desarrollados con gran intensidad durante el mandato de Hugo Chávez (1998-2012). Tras las elecciones venezolanas del 14 de abril último, asistimos a la exploración de un nuevo impulso evidenciado en

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Profiting off war: A look into the world of Israeli arms dealing 0

War in Israel has become a constant source of profit, with the West Bank and Gaza Strip used as experimental sites for arms dealers backed up by intellectuals. These are the protagonists of ‘The Lab,’ a new film by Yotam

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Living in a One-Superpower World (or Edward Snowden vs. Robert Seldon Lady) 0

He came and he went: that was the joke that circulated in 1979 when 70-year-old former Vice President Nelson Rockefeller had a heart attack and died in his Manhattan townhouse in the presence of his evening-gown-clad 25-year-old assistant.  In a

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Cumbre de Movimientos Sociales de la ALBA 0

Declaración de Guayaquil Nosotros, Movimientos Sociales de América Latina y El Caribe, reunidos en Guayaquil, Ecuador,el 29 y 30 de julio de 2013, para celebrar la Cumbre de Movimientos Sociales de la ALBA, con el desafío deprofundizar nuestras propuestas de

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Israelis and Palestinians open talks 0

Direct talks to set out framework for negotiations resume for first time in three years, as US hosts both parties. Israelis and Palestinians have resumed direct talks for the first time in three years, with the United States urging negotiators

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In Defense of Hezbollah, a “Terrorist” Organization 0

Arab liberals and GCC-sponsored ‘intellectuals’ and media pundits could not contain their delight this past week as they all went into jubilant throes of rapture over the EU’s acquiescence to American pressure to black-list the Lebanese Resistance Group Hezbollah (or

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China: US Should Insist on Rights Benchmarks in Talks 0

  U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry (right) speaks next to Chinese Vice Premier Wang Yang during the U.S.-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue at the State Department in Washington on July 10, 2013. © 2013 Reuters Make Dialogue Useful Tool

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