Posts Tagged: Wikileaks
Whistleblowers and protesters play a key role in ensuring accountability. But ultimately, democratic systems should be built to ensure institutional accountability.
The Trump administration once celebrated WikiLeaks. Now it wants to prosecute Julian Assange simply for publishing things it doesn't like. That's a threat to all 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.
Increasing skepticism of the U.S. government can either lead to ugly conspiracy theorizing, or fuel a movement to bend the status quo.
Clinton’s State Department overlooked human rights abuses and corruption while keeping a lucrative flow of contracts moving to U.S. security firms working in Mexico.
The fight to free the WikiLeaks whistleblower continues in the courts of law and public opinion — but justice is expensive.
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.
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.
The Foreign Policy in Focus Wikileaks authority interviews the Nation's WikiLeaks authority, Greg Mitchell.