Bill Keller’s Latest Petulant Attack on Julian Assange & WikiLeaks

By: Monday February 20, 2012 2:02 pm

Former New York Times executive editor and now op-ed columnist for the newspaper, Bill Keller, has renewed his feud with Julian Assange, founder of WikiLeaks. In his latest column, he attempts to set the record straight on the leaks organization. Keller’s problem is that Assange isn’t going away anytime soon. He is getting his own [...]

This Week in WikiLeaks Podcast—Rania Khalek Discusses the Corporate Influence on US Diplomacy

By: Sunday August 14, 2011 11:12 am

For the past months, I have hosted a show called “This Week in WikiLeaks,” where I bring a guest on to talk about a WikiLeaks-related story or to talk about the latest news and updates on WikiLeaks, an organization that provides a lens for understanding so much about how the press, policy and politics, the national [...]

US Lacks Credibility to Help Syrian Protesters

By: Monday August 8, 2011 2:00 pm

(photo: USAID ) What continues to unfold in Syria is a massive crime against humanity. The UN Security Council has unanimously condemned the violations against human rights and use force against civilians by President Bashar al Assad’s regime. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reports Syrian security forces recently mounted an assault on Deir ex-Zor. [...]

WikiLeaks Cables Show US Strategy for Regime Change in Syria as Protesters are Massacred

By: Friday August 5, 2011 6:59 pm

No to Bashar Assad! (photo: zoonabar ) In the aftermath of a massacre in Hama, Syria state media broadcasted images of “burnt, buildings, makeshift barricades and deserted streets strewn with rubble,” according to the New York Times and claimed the revolt in Syria has ended. Meanwhile, The Guardian reports tens of thousands have taken to [...]

The Criminalization of Palestinian Solidarity Activism by the US, Israel

By: Friday July 15, 2011 5:50 pm

(photo: gnuckx) Earlier in the week, it was reported that Israel passed a law punishing people who advocate for a boycott of the settlements. The law is definitely not only a blow to freedom of speech in Israel but also another act of repression against Palestinian solidarity activism in Israel. Also, this week the Committee [...]

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