The Most Dangerous Man in the World

Andrew Fowler

With forensic detail, Andrew Fowler provides a ringside seat at the epic battle that has made Julian Assange the USA’s public enemy number one. Since it was first published, The Most Dangerous Man in the World has been translated and distributed in countries from China to Romania and the USA to Russia. Now, through recent interviews and the latest research, Fowler tells the extraordinary story of how a computer hacker with a turbulent childhood became holed up in London’s Ecuador Embassy for seven years, and is now battling extradition to the USA from the notorious maximum security Belmarsh prison in London. Pentagon Papers whistleblower Daniel Ellsberg was called The Most Dangerous Man in America by the Nixon White House. In the Trump era, Ellsberg says Julian Assange, whose new journalism has made him powerful enemies, should be proud to be The Most Dangerous Man in the World.

The Most Dangerous Man in the World is a pacy and detailed addition to the rapidly expanding library of material on Assange

- Rafael Epstein, The Saturday Age

By far the best book written about WikiLeaks

- Joel Deane, Australian Book Review

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Andrew Fowler

Andrew Fowler is an award-winning investigative journalist and a former reporter for the ABC’s Foreign Correspondent and Four Corners programs.

Melbourne University Press

Publishing books with spine since 1922, Melbourne University Publishing (MUP) is Australia’s first and top university press.

The Most Dangerous Man in the World
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