According to former delegate to the UN Convention on International Trade Law, Trade in Services Agreement (TiSA) documents released by WikiLeaks website show the United States trying to remove barriers to overseas markets to serve its own economic interests under the guise of free trade.
Communications between the German chancellor and her aides, purportedly intercepted by spies, were released Wednesday by the anti-secrecy group WikiLeaks.
BERLIN, July 1 (Reuters) - The U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) has spied not only on German Chancellor Angela Merkel, but also on numerous high-ranking government members such as the economy and finance ministers, German media reported on Wednesday. Show More Summary
Another "Wikileak" of a confidential NSA intercept, and yet another crucial insight into the vision not only behind the Obama administration's desperate push for the Trans Pacific Partnership, but the strategic thinking - if one may call it so - when it comes to the entire US approach to global trade and commerce. Show More Summary
Only days after it was revealed that the NSA conducted massive economic espionage against France, new WikiLeaks documents reveal that the US and British governments bugged German Chancellor Angela Merkel and other officials during discussions of the Greek financial crisis.
WikiLeaks has revealed more details of political and economic espionage against German government officials by the National Security Agency. The media organization published a list of 69 telephone numbers in the German government that were “high-priority” targets for the NSA. The targets include people who were officials when President Bill Clinton was still in office...
"Merkel's fear was that Athens would be unable to overcome its problems."
German Chancellor Angela Merkel had conversations with her assistant intercepted by the United States National Security Agency, according to WikiLeaks. According to the organization, the NSA intercepted this call on October 11, 2011. "Today's...Show More Summary
According to new documents released by WikiLeaks, the NSA's spying program delved even deeper into the French economy and politics by eavesdropping on government ministers and major corporations.
The WikiLeaks website leaked several secret documents related to the proposed controversial Trade in Services Agreement (TiSA) on Wednesday.
In light of the latest revelations published by the WikiLeaks website, the EU Economics Commissioner Pierre Moscovici condemned NSA wiretapping.
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EU trade expert secretly told a French economics minister that America's Trans-Pacific Partnership seemed designed to provoke a confrontation with China, WikiLeaks reveals.
Canada, Australia, the United Kingdom and New Zealand stood to be big beneficiaries of America's alleged economic snooping on France, according to the newest raft of WikiLeaks documents. The leaked documents reveal long-standing intelligence...Show More Summary
Earlier today Wikileaks released a new batch of NSA intercepts among which one in particular stands out: an intercepted communication which reveals that then French Finance Minister Pierre Moscovici believes the French economic situation was far worse, as of mid-2012, than perceived. Show More Summary
The US National Security Agency’s 13-year secret economic espionage operation against France covered every major French company, according to the latest seven documents revealed by WikiLeaks.
The United Kingdom, Canada, Australia and New Zealand shared in an enormous US economic espionage operation against France over the past 13 years, seven documents released by WikiLeaks revealed.
PARIS (Reuters) - The U.S. National Security Agency wiretapped the communications of two successive French finance ministers and collected information on French export contracts, trade and budget talks, according to a report by WikiLeaks.
WikiLeaks published documents from the National Security Agency showing details of economic espionage against France by the “Five Eyes’ alliance, which consists of the United States, Great Britain, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. One document is an “information need” spying order that was first created in 2002. It shows that the alliance sought information on...
New documents released by WikiLeaks reveal that the NSA's spying program delved even deeper into the French economy and politics, eavesdropping on government ministers. The news comes only days after it was revealed that the US spied on three French presidential administrations.