The Snowden Effect by Ana Palacio – Project Syndicate

English: Ana Palacio, cropped from: Spanish Mi...

English: Ana Palacio, cropped from: Spanish Minister of Foreign Affairs Ana De Palacio (left) and Defense Attaché Rear Adm. Teodoro De Leste (center) talk with Deputy Secretary of Defense Paul Wolfowitz (foreground) in the Pentagon on Dec. 1, 2003, about the security situation in Iraq. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

This is an excellent, MUST READ article by Ana Palacio, published by Project Syndicate. Ana Palacio is a former Spanish foreign minister, a former Senior Vice President of the World Bank, and is a member of the Spanish Council of State.

via The Snowden Effect by Ana Palacio – Project Syndicate.

Reading this article helped me clarify my thoughts with regard to the US government‘s public response to Snowden revelations. For me, the article again opens up questions about President Obama’s judgement and leadership.

Any thoughts?

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