Sana Jamal

Sana Jamal is a former Associate Editor (Central & South Asia) at Fair Observer. She has previously worked as a Research Intern at the Center for International and Regional Studies at Georgetown University. She is currently taking International Politics with a concentration in International Security at the Georgetown University School of Foreign Service.

Blurred Lines: When is National Security No Longer an Excuse?

August 09, 2013

Snowden's controversial disclosures reignite the debate over national security vs civil liberties. Background In early June, Edward Snowden, a US intelligence employee, disclosed highly classified documents to the Guardian and the Washington Post, revealing that the United States and United Kingdom had been running a highly intrusive mass electronic surveillance...