Juan Cole打破了沙特黑客Jamal Khashoggi和Jeff Bezos的华盛顿邮报之间的肮脏网络。
作者 Juan Cole
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos’ security team has alleged in The Daily Beast that Saudi Arabian intelligence hacked his phone and passed to the National Enquirer intimate photos that the married Bezos had sent to his lover, Lauren Sanchez.
ISTANBUL -- The mysterious disappearance of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, Turkey last Tuesday has jolted the worlds of Western media and international diplomacy. Friends and allies of Khashoggi, as well as the Turkish government,
“如果这是真的 – 沙特人诱使美国居民进入他们的领事馆谋杀他 – 这应该代表我们与沙特阿拉伯关系的根本性突破，”参议员克里斯墨菲（D-Conn。）回应道。
Spurring fresh outrage among those who criticize the cozy relationship between the U.S. government and the Saudi monarchy—with emphasis on Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (MbS)—political dissident and Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi, a Saudi Arabia national living in self-imposed exile abroad, was tortured and killed last week by a Saudi
MPN与“Surveillance Valley”的作者Yasha Levine和每月评论编辑John Bellamy Foster就亚马逊帝国的兴起以及大数据，金融资本主义和美国国家机构的合并进行了交流。
In Part 1 of our investigative series on Surveillance Capitalism, MPN spoke to author Yasha Levine and Monthly Review editor John Bellamy Foster about the rise of the Amazon.com empire and its fusion with the U.S. state apparatus. In our next installments, we will continue exploring the rise of Surveillance Capitalism and the implications of
With the American Empire at its nadir and seeking both absolution and scapegoats, black journalists, academics, police, filmmakers and philanthropists are the post-Obama Orientalists, increasingly charged with writing about people of color for white people.
作者 Jon Jeter
NEW YORK -- In her 1993 bestseller, Volunteer Slavery: My Authentic Negro Experience, the African-American author Jill Nelson wrote that when newsrooms and police departments began to integrate following the 1968 assassination of Martin Luther King Jr., white journalists and