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  • Rachel Marsden: Edward Snowden and the dangers of amateurism

    PARIS -- Anyone who knows anything about the real world of intelligence and espionage knows that James Bond is a joke who wouldn't survive his first day on the job (and not just because he'd fall asleep during static surveillance). But just try explaining...
  • Rachel Marsden: Superpowers making strategic moves in Africa

    By the looks of it, U.S. President Barack Obama may be close to joining the French in taking on the Chinese -- in Africa. According to my sources in the French government, Obama made it clear to both British and French leadership at the onset of his...
  • Rachel Marsden: Foreign outrage over Snowden affair is laughable

    Ever since former NSA contractor Edward Snowden fled the job he held for three months, taking four laptop computers full of U.S. intelligence with him to Hong Kong and Russia, other countries have become "outraged" by the Snowden disclosures about...
  • Joel Brinkley: 'Zero Option' might be best option in Afghanistan

    For American forces in Afghanistan, this should be the last straw. It started in early July, when President Obama was once again so furious with Afghan President Hamid Karzai that for the first time he began talking about the so-called "Zero Option" --...
  • Campaigns touch briefly on the wars

    PARIS -- Politics tends to wring all seriousness out of speech. Sometimes this is a demonstration of unforgivable ignorance. Republican vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan thinks that "Now is the time to lock in the success that is within reach" in...
  • Hague Tribunal controversy hints at US-Israeli aims

    PARIS -- The irresistible impulse to aggrandize power, which has been evident in American foreign policy since (at least) the fall of the East-West bipolar system in 1991, was demonstrated last week by the NSA revelations of Edward Snowden. Now there is a...
  • 'The Fifth Estate' review: Yesterday's news

    'The Fifth Estate' review: Yesterday's news
    ** (out of four) You could fault arrogant, deceitful, unethical Julian Assange for a lot, but you can't blame him for resenting “The Fifth Estate.” Based on a book co-written by Assange’s former colleague Daniel Domscheit-Berg, this...
  • Story of WikiLeaks founding goes offline ★★

    Story of WikiLeaks founding goes offline ★&#9733
    One challenge facing screenwriters and directors today towers above the rest. It is this: How do you make something vital and interesting out of a story of guys, in a sweat, looking at keyboards? "The Social Network" solved the problem by, among other...
  • Jonathan Pollard -- the 'spy' still out in the cold

    With all the spying the United States has been doing on foreign leaders, possibly including the pope, why is Jonathan Pollard, a former American civilian intelligence analyst, still in prison nearly three decades after being sentenced to life in prison...
  • Video/Q&A: Director Alex Gibney compares Lance Armstrong, Eliot Spitzer and Julian Assange

    Video/Q&A: Director Alex Gibney compares Lance Armstrong, Eliot Spitzer and Julian Assange
    When director Alex Gibney was making an uplifting movie about Lance Armstrong’s 2009 comeback—before the confirmation of rumors about the champion cyclist’s doping and before Gibney remade the film into “The Armstrong Lie,”...
  • U.S. pushing new treaties at expense of national sovereignty

    PARIS -- The foreign reaction to the National Security Agency revelations that I have heard most has been not only how arrogant Washington has been in spying on its allies but, worse than that, how arrogant everyone in Washington and most of the...
  • Hacker group vows to 'kill Facebook'

    Hacker group vows to 'kill Facebook'
    Apparently, "Anonymous" won't be accepting your friend request. Members of the shadowy collective known for its politically motivated Web hacks and attacks are targeting Facebook for what they claim to be the social-networking giant's misuse of...