by Glenn Greenwald
A shortened and adapted version of Chapter 1 of Glenn Greenwald’s new book, "No Place to Hide: Edward Snowden, the NSA, and the U.S. Security State."
The advent of drone warfare has brought into sharp focus the detachment between soldier and target.
The roots of American imperialism can be traced back to the aftermath of the Spanish-American War, when the United States suddenly gained territorial holdings overseas.
The Haqqani Network became the United State's greatest obstacle during the Afghan War.
In the 1980's, Iran's fundamentalist government took many political prisoners from those who supported the old monarchy, or advocated greater freedoms. The author is one woman who was imprisoned for her beliefs.
Political revolt and the accumulation of more.
Benjamin Franklin was a founder in the field of American wit, as his rivalry with "Poor Richard's" competitor Titan Leeds shows.
The DoD cuts that didn't actually happen.