Posts Tagged with "WikiLeaks"

Double Trouble

Thursday, June 16, 2011


A few years ago, I checked into a Rangoon hotel on the first day of a magazine assignment. Like most foreign reporters who visit Burma, I had entered on a tourist visa and intended to keep my true profession a secret. So I was shocked when the receptionist said, “Welcome back, Mr. Marshall,” and presented [...]

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Is the Thai Military Torturing Detainees?

Wednesday, December 1, 2010

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Is the Thai Military Torturing Detainees? 1 December 2010 War logs published via WikiLeaks suggest that the U.S. military ignored torture by its Iraqi allies. Those allegations still resonate in Thailand, and not just because this staunch U.S. ally is fighting an insurgency of its own. America and Thailand share a history of torture.

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