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October 10, 2019
The Endless Trauma of Congo’s Forgotten War
Congolese civilians continue to suffer the bloody consequences of a lingering conflict.
October 8, 2019
Hondurans Are Fighting for a Future Against the US-Supported Dictatorship
A new broad-based coalition including unions, professionals, students, feminists, farmers, and opposition parties is forging a sustained campaign of resistance.
August 27, 2019
In a Major Shift, South Korea Defies Its Alliance With Japan
Trade restrictions, an end to intelligence sharing, heated rhetoric—it’s all rooted in Japanese war crimes, papered over by a 1965 treaty in which Washington played a hidden hand.
August 23, 2019
Bernie Sanders Welcomes the Hatred of Billionaires
The Vermont senator sits down with
and discusses how we can transform America.
August 16, 2019
Did Netanyahu Just Kill Washington’s ‘Pro-Israel’ Consensus?
The ban against Representatives Tlaib and Omar has angered even those who can’t find their voices when Israel bombs kids in Gaza.
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August 15, 2019
India’s Government Has Undermined the Very Essence of Federalism and Democracy
With a precedent like the decrees on Kashmir, what will prevent the government from imprisoning possible critics elsewhere, then ripping up another state?
August 13, 2019
India’s Constitutional Coup in Kashmir Is Sowing the Seeds of Renewed Rebellion
Among Kashmiri Muslims, India is a foreign country and a hostile enemy. The latest decrees have provoked sorrow, despair, and anger.
August 6, 2019
Civilian Deaths in Afghanistan Keep Climbing During the ICC’s Summer Break
The court at The Hague has a chance to investigate crimes against humanity in the US’s longest-running war—but so far, it refuses.
Mohammed Harun Arsalai
Mohsin Khan Momand
August 6, 2019
The Meaning of Israel’s Massive Housing Demolitions in East Jerusalem
Destruction at this scale and visibility cannot be understood without grasping its political message; in fact, the scale and visibility
July 25, 2019
A Call to Put an End to Inhumane Conditions at the Border
An open letter by Ariel Dorfman, Salman Rushdie, Gabriel Byrne, Neil Gaiman, Khaled Hosseini, Viet Thanh Nguyen, Wayétu Moore, Reza Aslan, and more.