The modern dictator needs only to become a client-state to Russia or China (or to be Russia or China), and there is nothing he can't get away with. We members of open societies have the power to change that. All we need is the resolve.
Here are all of the arguments against Edward Snowden. This is why they are wrong.
Members and supporters of the hacktivist group are participating in Million Mask March protests around the world today (Nov. 5) to "defend humanity" from unjust corporations and governments.
This isn't an historical document: The Global Slavery Index describes conditions happening today for nearly 30 million people who are being held illegally against their will.
The current issue of American Psychologist challenges scientists to focus on a largely unexamined area of study.
A 2002 book that describes a world "without killing, threats to kill, or conditions conducive to killing" is spearheading a global movement that questions what many assume is a natural fact of human existence.
A small but growing group of atheists is working with an NGO that is introducing multidenominational education in a country where over 90 percent of schools are Catholic.
Join the Praxis live-blog of President Obama's address tonight at 9:01pm, when he will face one of the most challenging tasks of his presidency. The three main audiences he needs to keep in mind— members of Congress, the American public and the Syrian regime—all need to hear a somewhat different message. Yet he must be resolute and clear.
If the United States bombs Syria, whatever else happens, the international norm to respect the processes of international institutions and conventions will be dealt a serious blow.
A new report shows worrisome incompetence among Air Force nuclear missile launch officers.
A rejoinder to the author of the Neurobonkers blog post criticizing my take on Edward Snowden.
Retaliation is illegal in the US, but businesses and organizations tired of being vulnerable to cyberattacks are reviewing what counterattack options they do have.
Yes, the kitten with four eyes, two noses and two mouths is real. She was born on Tuesday and answers to, cue the pun, “Deucy.” What does Deucy have to do with Edward Snowden, aside from their adorable whiskers? A lot. I could explain, but Hobbes does such a better job. Arguing for entrusting ...
Writer Bill McKibben says that it doesn't make sense to invest in companies "that make sure we won't have a planet to retire on...Ask your [organizations] which side of this wager they’re taking."