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1. Does the US Have a Double Standard When it Comes to Spying on Latin America?
(Matching tags: CIA, NSA, Snowden, Bolivia, DEA, Brazil, venezuela)
... available by Edward Snowden last year of NSA spying on Germans, including German Chancellor Angela Merkel. Snowden has also revealed extensive political and economic spying by the NSA on Brazil. The ...
In an important development today, Amnesty International stated that “The US authorities’ relentless campaign to hunt down and block whistleblower Edward Snowden’s attempts to seek asylum is ...
3. Was Snowden’s Letter to Brazil a Quid-Pro-Quo Offer?
(Matching tags: NSA, Snowden, Brazil, trade, media coverage)
NSA whistle-blower Edward Snowden’s “Open Letter to the People of Brazil” made headlines this week, with many U.S. and international media outlets characterizing it as a quid-pro-quo offer of help investigating ...
4. The Most Awkward G20 Summit Ever?
(Matching tags: Argentina, Brazil, mexico, Dilma, NSA, Snowden, G20)
... of the United Nations.” New revelations of NSA spying on other G20 member nation presidents – Dilma Rousseff of Brazil and Enrique Peña Nieto of Mexico – leaked by NSA whistle-blower Edward Snowden and ...
5. CEPR News August 2013
(Matching tags: fast food workers, minimum wage, Federal Reserve Board, Snowden, Haiti, latin america, paid vacations, unemployment, Argentina)
The following highlights CEPR's latest research, publications, events and much more. CEPR on Fast Food Workers and the Minimum Wage One argument frequently made against higher wages for fast-food workers ...
... temporary asylum to NSA whistle-blower Edward Snowden have something to do with the sudden explosion of interest in this issue?    The new U.S. government and media attention to LGBT rights ...
... activities of the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) in Brazil. Greenwald, who has published many top-secret NSA documents leaked to him by whistleblower Edward Snowden, explained how the agency’s surveillance ...
8. Recap of Threats and Intimidation from Washington Over Snowden
(Matching tags: Snowden, Bolivia, State Department, ecuador, China, Obama, venezuela, amnesty international)
Whistleblower Edward Snowden has finally been granted asylum by a country that he’s actually able to travel to.  Regardless of whether asylum in Russia is only temporary, this is precisely the situation ...
9. Spanish Newspaper ABC Runs a “Completely False” Report on Venezuela, Again
(Matching tags: Kerry, Snowden, State Department, venezuela, media coverage)
... Minister Elías Jaua and told him that the U.S. government was enacting a raft of sanctions against Venezuela for its having offered political asylum to whistle-blower Edward Snowden. The punitive measures, ...
10. Scholars Write on the Supposed "Irony" of Snowden's Asylum Requests in Latin America
(Matching tags: RCTV, Bocaranda, Palacio, Snowden, Maduro, Correa, Chavez, ecuador, venezuela)
A group of Latin America scholars have taken issue with the supposed “irony” of Edward Snowden’s requests for asylum in Ecuador, and acceptance of asylum in Venezuela. The authors debunk what they say ...
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