Edward Snowden: A 'Nation' Interview | The Nation

Edward Snowden: A 'Nation' Interview | The Nation
In a wide-ranging conversation, he discusses the surveillance state, the American political system and the price he's paid for his understanding of patriotism. Katrina vanden Heuvel and Stephen F. Cohen. October 27 … My government revoked my passport …
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Ready to decide your next leaders?
However, Boatright says also other voters must re-apply for an absentee ballot for the general election. … a valid employee photo identification from any branch, department, agency, or entity of the U.S. Government, Georgia, or any county …
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As Islamists Assault Iraq, Pressure Mounts for PM al-Maliki to Resign

As Islamists Assault Iraq, Pressure Mounts for PM al-Maliki to Resign
Major General Pete Chiarelli, then the second highest ranking U.S. military officer in Iraq, and his British counterpart sought an urgent meeting with Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, himself a Shiite who just a year earlier had been a midlevel official …
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CIA planned rendition of Edward Snowden
He was unable to do so, as the Obama administration cancelled his passport. Earlier that month, Snowden had made public, via the Guardian and other newspapers , revelations that the US, British and other governments were carrying out programmes of …
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Snowden's German NSA dossier leaks online
According to Edward Snowden, over 50 files in the dossier contain information about the locations, where NSA agents stay in Germany. Also, the … went to Latin America. However, due to the fact that the U.S. revoked his passport, he had to stay in Russia.
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This week in history
Doris Mell, Clerk of the Circuit Court for St. Francois County has been awarded a Meritorous Award for outstanding service to the Passport Agency of the Department of the State. St. Francois County Ambulance Service collided with a vehicle driver by a …
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Should a Muslim eat wedding cake? A note on interpellation and agency
Born in a refugee camp, effectively a victim of the LTTE, Ms Sahar sees education as both “a passport to a better future” and “a means for empowerment to fight against the type of injustices that my parents suffered.” If this statement sounds …
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Edward Snowden, Fugitive NSA Whistleblower, To Deliver Channel 4's
Computer analyst Snowden became a wanted man more than seven months ago when his leaks brought to light secret National Security Agency documents which revealed widespread US surveillance on phone and internet communications. It led to not only …
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US government says won't seek death penalty for Edward Snowden
Holder also said that "we understand from press reports and prior conversations between our governments that Mr. Snowden believes that he is unable to travel out of Russia and must therefore take steps to legalize his status. That is not accurate; he …
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FP Passport: With Manning Trial Over, Assange Sees Himself as the Target
The same actions exposed WikiLeaks to the full wrath of the U.S. government, and Assange's fear that he may one day be dragged before an American judge has led him to take refuge in the Ecuadorean embassy in London. With Manning now facing the …
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How American Jewish Leaders Are Undermining U.S. Foreign Policy On
The court decision concludes a case originally opened in 2003 by parents of a Jerusalem-born American Jewish boy, Menachem Zivotofsky, who requested to list Israel as the birthplace on his U.S. passport. american-passport-openz … With U.S. Secretary …
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7481 Take U.S. Citizenship Oath In Los Angeles
The new Americans gathered after the ceremony to take pictures with their cheering families, get their new blue passport, and lined up for some bacon-wrapped hot dogs simmering on food carts outside the convention center. It was pretty difficult not to …
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Snowden's global 'cat and mouse' chase leaves media stuck in transit
Legally, Moscow has taken the view that Snowden has not cleared passport control, therefore is not on Russian soil. Read more: 4 options for the U.S. to get Snowden back. Along with our Berlin-based … After a few hours on the ground we produce a mini …
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Edward Snowden passport revoked, seeking asylum in Ecuador
"Most of the time he did not leave the place where he was living, though once or twice he changed locations," Ho said. "He only left at night, very carefully. He didn't want anyone to see him. He was very cautious." Ho said Snowden lived in a "very …
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NASA News: NASA Offers Passports For Earthly Space Travel
According to Space.com, space travelers who visit each of fourteen locations in nine states can get their passports stamped with markers representing each of the centers. Passport holders can receive discounts off of admission, attractions, food and …
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Edward Snowden: the whistleblower behind the NSA surveillance revelations

Edward Snowden: the whistleblower behind the NSA surveillance revelations
"Much of what I saw in Geneva really disillusioned me about how my government functions and what its impact is in the world," he says. "I realised that I was part of something that was doing far more harm than good." He said … Asked by reporters to …
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Little things that made it big in the Fifties
… involved – a difference of £50 million. In the post-Gordon Brown era, no sum below £10 billion seems to make much difference. … It is fair to add, however, that the grammar school was not the only passport to success. In 1958, young David Jones …
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