'Revealing state privacy is not called freedom, it is sheer treason,' PM Erdoğan said, slamming Mehmet Baransu for publishing a document from a National Security Council meeting
Is the Chinese government falling into traps, or is it setting them for others?
In an era when the Obama administration has been focused on new forms of conflict, the dangerous contest suddenly erupting in the East China Sea seems almost a throwback to the Cold War.
TOKYO — Japan's more powerful lower house of Parliament approved a state secrecy bill late Tuesday that imposes stiffer penalties on bureaucrats who leak secrets and journalists who seek them, despite criticism the government is making a ...
Leon Panetta, former director of the CIA and former Secretary of Defense under President Barack Obama, defended the National Security Administration's controversial surveillance techniques, arguing that it is only following orders from the White ...
Obama's former CIA and Defense chief said trust in the program will be dependent on the president's ability to get the site working quickly
* Bill would allow top officials to designate information as state secrets