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How governments, NGOs, and conservative think tanks turned the language of human rights on its head.
Why Iraq remains a quagmire after decades of intervention, trillions of dollars, the full weight of American military power, and the deaths of hundreds of thousands of people.
It’s a warning shot—not only against whistleblowing but against basic communication with journalists by government employees.
The APA’s collusion was crucial because other physicians were increasingly reluctant to participate in the interrogations.
It would constrain some of the worst excesses of the Patriot Act, but it doesn’t go nearly far enough.
The Vietnam War was indisputably an American-grown disaster. But why let truth stand in the way of glory?
The US military publicly insists its presence in Africa is negligible. Is that why they call it an American “battlefield” behind closed doors?
This is only the latest in a string of terror attacks since Kenya invaded Somalia in 2011.
When it comes to the Pentagon’s new spending budget, the answer is not more money.
There’s only one problem with the rising crescendo of alarm about lone wolves: most of it simply isn’t true.