Edward Snowden Is Russia's Puppet Now

Any shred of heroism was lost at Putin's press farce

Edward Snowden is not a whistleblower, or a hero. He is a man who helps dictators make propaganda to embarrass his own country.

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How the infitration by a Russian criminal organizaion of Wyndham Hotels led to a major development in cybersecurity policy.

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The Post's NSA coverage has been the opposite of insightful.

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The last year has been ugly, but the U.S. has been a basically good steward of the Internet. What follows may not be so good.

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The economy is a long-term problem, but that's not what prevents the U.S. from enacting its interests abroad.

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There are only 3 cases in which a nation can use force against another nation. Does this pass that test? 

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Al Qaeda's Innovative Middle Managers

Fighting terrorism requires more than targeting leaders

Editor’s Note:  Terrorist groups typically rely on tried and true tactics such as shootings, bombings, and of course suicide attacks. These and a handful of other methods represent the vast majority of terrorist attacks as many groups are loath to risk failure by trying something new. Because defenses focus on foiling these tactics, innovation can be tremendously effective, allowing a terrorist group to kill more people, grab headlines around the world, or otherwise advance its cause.

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It was his best speech on national security, but it will not quell the controversies.

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This presumably was not the report Obama was imagining when created the group.

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The U.S. government has never prosecuted a newspaper or journalist for publishing classified information, and in recent years even the theoretical legal possibility of doing so has evaporated. 

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