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Jon Cruddas, who’s now leading a comprehensive policy review, says he wants to renew the party’s roots in English radicalism.
Search engine executives warn about invasive government surveillance, but the digital arms trade begins with their own technologies.
Buddhism is marked by concern for the welfare of all “sentient” creatures. But when it is harnessed to ethnic intolerance and extreme nationalism, it can turn violent.
How three US citizens were killed by their own government in the space of one month in 2011.
After fleeing violence at home, Syrians struggle to eke out a new life in Jordan’s cities and towns.
Mira Nair's latest film includes a character who's a journalist and CIA agent. Is this responsible filmmaking?
It appears the Tsarnaev brothers were self-motivated. But their Salafist extremism was itself one outgrowth of the brutal Chechen wars of independence against Russia.
In Israel, an architectural competition and its winner have been sabotaged by the bad faith of its sponsors.
With the killing of Awlaki, the president of the United States became judge, jury and executioner for American citizens.
America’s covert warfare—a bizarre form of unconscious wish fulfillment—warrants Scahill’s unembedded, dogged, independent reporting.
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