Double standards from the US about its global cyber-surveillance operations.

Russia has deftly handled Edward Snowden's case, Chinese media say - Comment on 2013 August 2

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Russian government's "deft" handling of Mr Snowden's case and the constant "embarrassment" suffered by Washington. Read more:

The rulers of the majority of the Chinese people seem to realize that the USA is busy trying to surpass their system of dictatorship and might soon no longer be the world leaders of tyrants.

Here some extracts from an article I read today:

 

Russia has deftly handled Edward Snowden's case, Chinese media say

State media have contrasted the Russian government's "deft" handling of Mr Snowden's case with the constant "embarrassment" suffered by Washington.

"So far, the US has exhausted its tricks, but there is still no outcome on the extradition of Mr Snowden. It can be described as suffering constant embarrassment in this drama. In contrast, Russia has handled things with ease," says Xinhua News Agency.

Some newspapers are questioning double standards from the US about its global cyber-surveillance operations.

"What is ironic is that if Bradley Manning, Mr Snowden and Julian Assange were pursued by other governments, such as China and Russia, the White House and Foggy Bottom would be applauding them and calling them not just whistleblowers, but heroes and fighters for human rights," comments Chen Weihua, deputy editor of China Daily USA.

 

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