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“Awakening Courage in the Era of Trumpism”

By Dr. Nozomi Hayase. Editor’s Note. Nozomi Hayase’s op-ed might leave readers with a constellation of emotions –beyond agreement, or not, with her thesis. In the editor’s impression, a principal feature of Nozomi Hayase’s text here is that the reader is left with a variety of political-anthropological reflections; not only about this segment of US […]

Controversy over WikiLeaks Podesta Emails Opens a Debate for Future Journalism

By Dr. Nozomi Hayase PhD, member of The Indicter Editorial Board. WikiLeaks image in the release series The Podesta Emails In its 10th years of existence, WikiLeaks has been at the center of controversy. Ever since its global debut with the 2010 Apache helicopter gun-sight video depicting the killing of civilians in Baghdad, the whistleblowing […]

Cryptography as Democratic Weapon against Demagoguery

– By Dr. Nozomi Hayase Member of The Indicter’s Editorial Board America has passed the twilight zone. The nomination of Hillary Clinton for the Democratic presidential primary confirmed the charade of US politics. Elections are sold to the highest bidder. No matter how much popular support a candidate like Bernie Sanders might garner, the corporate […]

Six Year Anniversary of WikiLeaks Collateral Murder; A Celebration of Free Speech

By Nozomi Hayase PhD Member of The Indicter Editorial Board Above, Wikileaks-video “Collateral Damage”. Only this upload by Sunshinepress (there are several others uploads) seen already by over 15 million  among English-speaking Youtube viewers. It produced a markedly change – or statistical significant –  in the public attitude towards the occupation wars in the Midle […]

For Julian Assange’s Freedom

 By Nozomi Hayase PhD. Member of The Indicter Editorial Board. We are psychologists committed to supporting the health of individuals and communities. We practice the psychology of liberation, which acknowledges the effects of social and political oppression in contributing to individual suffering. One of great liberation psychologists of our time, Jesuit priest Ignacio Martín-Baró, observed […]

Swedish Doctors for Human Rights rebuts statement by Amnesty Sweden on Assange case

By Professor Marcello Ferrada de Noli, Chairman of Swedish Doctors for Human Rights, Dr Nozomi Hayase in representation of The Indicter Editorial Board, Professor A­nders Romelsjö, SWEDHR vice-chairman, and Dr Lena Oske in representation of SWEDHR’s Board of Directors. This material was first published in SWEDHR Research & Reports The Swedish section of Amnesty International […]