Yesterday, 23 May, federal prosecutors unsealed a new, 18-count superseding indictment charging Julian Assange with violating the Espionage Act, the first use of the 1917 law against a publisher.
Bill Black is always a voice worth listening to. He is Associate Profess of Law and Economics at the legendary Department of Economics at the University of Misssori-Kansas City. Read here
Anger at Viktor Orbán’s rule in Hungary also directed at courts system and state media Read here
Ashoka Mody: Italy never should have joined the euro, and the ECB can’t rescue it from its next crisis
Mody’s analysis is not new, but cannot be repeated often enough. The Euro was a project that should never have occurred, and was organised by those who had ulterior motives, not the well-being of their […]