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Nuclear Arms and Proliferation
War on Terror
May 25, 2016
The Era of Rogue Justice After 9/11
We came perilously close to losing our Bill of Rights protections—and the struggle to restore them is not over.
Karen J. Greenberg
March 23, 2016
How Obama’s ‘Declassified Diplomacy’ Could Aid the Cause of Justice in Argentina
The publication of secret US documents should not only reveal evidence regarding the dictatorship’s unresolved crimes but expose further details about US complicity.
March 15, 2016
The Case for Demilitarizing the Military
Civilian control of the military is a minimal condition for democracy. Too bad the United States doesn’t meet it.
Gregory D. Foster
January 21, 2016
Why Do All of the Pentagon’s ‘Successes’ in Iraq Look More Like Failures?
The only thing the US military has succeeded at is believing its own propaganda.
December 16, 2015
Rand Paul Got It Right: Trump ‘Would Defy Every Norm That Is America’
The senator challenged the billionaire on behalf of basic liberties. And in so doing he showed why Trump is not qualified to be president.
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October 15, 2015
Fog of Intelligence: How the Most Expensive National Security Operation in the World Was ‘Caught Off Guard’ in Kunduz
Despite 17 agencies and 500,000 private contractors, the US intelligence community was oblivious to the Taliban’s advances in northern Afghanistan.
October 13, 2015
Why the State Department Finally Confirmed Augusto Pinochet’s Role in International Terrorism
It’s a great way of using US documents to advance the cause of human rights and redress Washington’s dark, interventionist past.
October 5, 2015
‘The Washington Post’ Finally Finds a War It Won’t Cheer
is coming down hard against Russia’s operations in Syria.
September 29, 2015
The Most Exceptional Thing About America Is Our Paranoia
In the United States, you’re more likely to be crushed by falling furniture than killed by a terrorist—but try telling that to Washington.
September 16, 2015
US Intelligence Is More Privatized Than Ever Before
Despite hacks, leaks, and system failures, for-profit contractors are still getting lucrative intelligence contracts.