By AFN Clarke
"When a dogmatic ideology is embraced because the best precept of presidency, basic person freedoms turn into an unacceptable threat."
Rufus Reed, a former British precise Forces officer became arguable best-selling writer, wakes as much as locate himself incarcerated in a mystery CIA 'black-site' legal positioned outdoors the Uited States and past the succeed in of ordinary felony and moral conventions. Drugged and abducted from his domestic in Marin County close to San Francisco, he has been arrested lower than the U.S. Government's overseas Intelligence Surveillance Act, lower than a warrant procured with fabricated facts. yet his tale is just the end of a posh and hazardous fight for the survival of democracy within the USA.
Set opposed to the Presidential election of 2008 An Unquiet American is a singular tht defies conference and questions the very cloth of yank Democracy.
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The “one man’s terrorist is another man’s freedom fighter” complaint that we often hear, is not just a cliché used by some “terrorism-obsessed” people to demonstrate their frustration with what they consider an international hypocrisy in dealing with terrorism, but indeed it underlines the most fundamental reason behind this menace becoming an international threat. It has to be acknowledged in all clarity that the foremost difficulty in the fight against terrorism is the failure of the international community to come up with a 22 Y.
Thus, the problem at hand is how to strike a balance between “responsibility” and a fundamental right while at the same time conform with the objectivity principle at a time when the international community is yet unable to define this common threat. Keywords: Ethical balance, freedom of press, fundamental rights Introduction It is very unfortunate that despite all the efforts of the past decades the international community could not come out yet with a definitive description of “What is terrorism” and “What is a terrorist act”.
H. Ben-Zedeff / Media Coverage as Advertising 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 19 Eason Jordan. CNN: The News We Kept to Ourselves. The New York Times (11 April 2003). html. il [Hebrew] (January 7, 2003). The atmosphere in Beirut is well depicted by the Associated Press's Terry Anderson, who was kidnapped in March 1985 by Shiite gangsters and spent seven years as a hostage. Terry Anderson. Den of Lions (New York: Ballantine Books, 1993). In 1980, Ford Rowan, the NBC TV reporter in the Pentagon, resigned, protesting his network’s decision to give the Iranian Revolutionary Guards an outlet during the US Embassy Hostages Crisis.
An Unquiet American by AFN Clarke