Europe leads in the field of
the protection of privacy, with legislators, particularly courts, addressing
head-on the fundamental human rights challenges posed by executive action
authorising mass surveillance.
For Trump’s supporters, what they believe to be the ‘truth’ is a matter of no small significance. Now, and as a matter of urgency, an effective way in which to counter prevalent xenophobic public opinion must be found.
To truly counter violent extremism in Bahrain and maintain the country’s stability, the US must use its leverage to urge the government to fully implement human rights reform and political reconciliation.
This is an interview with Michel Foucault conducted by H.Uno, translated by R Nakamura for Shûkan
posuto and published in August, 1979. In October, this timely if not prophetic text was translated from the French for openDemocracy by Colin Gordon.
An Open Source
(Technologies) Agency, far removed from the secret intelligence world, would
radically reduce wars and illegal immigration, increase trade and shared
prosperity, and convert the USA into a “Smart Nation”.
Democratic socialism does
not resonate positively in an America still overshadowed by decades of
anti-communism, but Sanders is tapping into deeply-rooted popular frustration
with inauthentic politicians.