Big Brother is a minor problem for those who want privacy compared to “little brother”, A.J. Jacobs tells RT. Esquire’s editor-at-large is in the midst of one of his experiments, filming everything around him 24/7.
His reputation precedes him: The long-time Belarusian leader Aleksandr Lukashenko has been often referred to in the Western media as ‘Europe’s last dictator’. But he insists he doesn’t have the means to be one as RT sits down with the President.
In anticipation of a promised referendum of the UK’s membership of the EU, the key issue is whether Britain will get its democracy and self-governance back so that the future generation can call the country ‘their own’, UKIP leader Nigel Farage told RT.
Libya can be used or at least is being seen as an alternative to finance and compensate the lack of assistance that might be coming from Europe and from the US, Libyan politician Mahmoud Jibril told RT.
Washington has a lot of influence on countries like Qatar, which is reportedly the main source of weapons and support for the Syrian rebels, so they are not absolved from responsibility, Russia’s ambassador to the UN Vitaly Churkin told RT.
President Obama adopted most of President Bush’s counter-terrorism policies, argues John Kiriakou - the former CIA official who blew the whistle on the agency's torture practices and is now set to go behind bars for it.