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Je suis Julian Assange! Global Lockdown Is a Chance to Reflect on the Plight Facing Wikileaks Editor
Society
Je suis Julian Assange! Global Lockdown Is a Chance to Reflect on the Plight Facing Wikileaks Editor
March 18, 2020

If there is such thing as divine retribution in this materially obsessed world, perhaps the outbreak of COVID-19 could just be it.

This Assange ‘Trial’ Is A Self-Contradictory Kafkaesque Nightmare
February 28, 2020

The time to speak up for Assange and the future of press freedoms is now. Not when he’s extradited. Not after his fake trial and draconian sentencing. Now.

This Assange ‘Trial’ Is A Self-Contradictory Kafkaesque Nightmare
Editor's Сhoice
Julian Assange Show Trial: U.S. and UK in the Dock
Editorial
Julian Assange Show Trial: U.S. and UK in the Dock
February 28, 2020

Assange may be the one sitting in the dock. But it is not he who is really on trial, but rather the so-called authorities who are persecuting him.

Assange Faces Extradition and Then a Secret Court Where No-One Has Ever Been Acquitted
February 25, 2020

The Special Rapporteur and his medical team visited the imprisoned Wikileaks founder and reported that he showed “all the symptoms typical for prolonged exposure to psychological torture” and demanded immediate measures for the protection of his health and dignity.

Assange Faces Extradition and Then a Secret Court Where No-One Has Ever Been Acquitted
Editor's Сhoice
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Switzerland at the Heart of a Far-Reaching Surveillance Network Facilitating the U.S.-Backed Operation Condor
World
Switzerland at the Heart of a Far-Reaching Surveillance Network Facilitating the U.S.-Backed Operation Condor
February 24, 2020

Revelations regarding Crypto AG will likely add to the level of U.S. complicity in Operation Condor, apart from other forms of political violence globally which were aided by the CIA.

Is It Time for a Parliamentary Inquiry Into the German State Broadcaster, Given the Number of Grave Allegations Against Its Management?
February 13, 2020

Martin Jay tells about his experience of being a correspondent with Deutsche Welle, recently embroiled in a scandal over alleged racism and bullying.

Is It Time for a Parliamentary Inquiry Into the German State Broadcaster, Given the Number of Grave Allegations Against Its Management?
Society
Increasing Peril for Latin America’s Activists and Indigenous Leaders
World
Increasing Peril for Latin America’s Activists and Indigenous Leaders
February 8, 2020

With organised crime on the rise, operating under the veneer of business and thus serving government interests, activists will be facing increasing peril without any semblance of protection.

How Torture Became Routine in the Global War on Terror
February 1, 2020

Based on the Bill of Rights torture is something absolutely and totally un-American and yet it has become a routine part of the “Global war on Terror”

How Torture Became Routine in the Global War on Terror
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