Monthly Archives: September 2005

Securitizing the Global Norm of Identity: Biometric Technologies in Domestic and Foreign Policy

In a recent dispatch I mentioned a report from journalist Doug Ireland which stated British journalist Robert Fisk was denied entry into the US. Upon further investigation, it appears that he was not turned away due to the content of his reporting; thus I would like to make that correction here. The following is from […]

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More Dissent, More Censorship

A quarter of a million people jammed the streets of the capital this past weekend, as Mr. Bush conveniently found himself visiting the US Northern Command’s HQ in Colorado Springs. While veterans from the current debacle in Iraq and scores of military families who oppose the Bush Junta joined the throngs of protestors in Washington […]

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Project Censored cites Dahr Jamail in the #2 and #7 biggest stories the mainstream media ignored

Project Censored is a media research group that tracks the news published in independent journals and newsletters and annually compiles a list of 25 news stories of social significance that have been overlooked, under-reported or self-censored by the country’s major national news media. The list is published in an annual book. This year’s book entitled […]

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Securitizing the Global Norm of Identity: Biometric Technologies in Domestic and Foreign Policy

Pablo Picasso. Guernica, 1937. Securitizing the Global Norm of Identity: Biometric Technologies in Domestic and Foreign Policy For presentation at Global Norms Under Siege: Non-Intervention, Human Rights, and Abstention from Torture, 20 May 2005, Queen’s University Belfast, N. Ireland.

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