Posts Tagged: Edward Snowden

Clear and Present Danger

Not since the 1971 leak of the Pentagon Papers by US military analyst Daniel Ellsberg have free press and national security been on such a collision course.

Clear and Present Danger

Not since the 1971 leak of the Pentagon Papers by US military analyst Daniel Ellsberg have free press and national security been on such a collision course.

Still Watching

The Edward Snowden case is unlikely to result in big changes to US foreign surveillance and data collection practices. South China Morning Post 26 June 2013

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Still Watching

The Edward Snowden case is unlikely to result in big changes to US foreign surveillance and data collection practices. South China Morning Post 26 June 2013

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The Greening of US Diplomacy

The US Consulate in Hong Kong has been called a den of spies and criticized by China for meddling in Hong Kong affairs. It was most recently associated with the US government’s pursuit of Edward Snowden. But few know it is a leader in efforts to green America’s diplomatic missions.

The Greening of US Diplomacy

The US Consulate in Hong Kong has been called a den of spies and criticized by China for meddling in Hong Kong affairs. It was most recently associated with the US government’s pursuit of Edward Snowden. But few know it is a leader in efforts to green America’s diplomatic missions.