Abusing the Media in Afghanistan

Since its ‘comeback’ in August 2021 the Taliban have detained journalists, shut down and controlled media organisations, and imposed harsher restrictions on female reporters. The once vibrant and active independent and free

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Julian Assange’s Grand Inquisitor

The prosecution for the U.S., which is seeking to deny Julian Assange’s appeal of an extradition order, begun by the Trump administration and embraced by the Biden administration, grounded its arguments on

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Tucker Carlson’s Right to Interview Putin

Editorial The unsurprising uproar over Tucker Carlson’s decision to interview Russian President Vladimir Putin has ignited a dangerous assault on fundamental democratic principles. Calls for sanctions and even arrest from EU politicians

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