The Guardian

  “We are conveying the message in private that Correa’s actions will have consequences for his relationship with the new Obama administration, while avoiding public comments that would be counterproductive. We do not recommend terminating any USG programs that serve our interests since that would only weaken the incentive forContinue Reading

Fifty-three days ago Ecuador cut off Julian Assange’s communications to the outside world and although the official reason given was because Assange had breached an agreement not to meddle in Ecuador’s affairs via Twitter (WikiLeaks vehemently denies there was an agreement), there appears to be more to the story. ¬†Yes,Continue Reading