From a Small Room in London, Julian Assange Is Challenging the World Order

Exactly a year after being forced to incarcerate himself in a small room in the Ecuadorean embassy in London, the Wikileaks founder who is helping NSA whistleblower Snowden has proven he can still enrage the U.S. and its allies.

The morning flight from Moscow to Havana carrying a group of western journalists, frustrated at the absence of Edward Snowden – the young NSA contractor behind the recent revelations on the United States' and Britain's electronic surveillance programs, who had supposed to have been booked on the...