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Whistleblowers news and analysis from The Nation
May 18, 2017
Who Pays the Moral Price of War?
Our desire for never-ending intervention overseas causes never-ending pain for our troops.
Peter Van Buren
April 25, 2017
How Border Patrol Deals With Dissent in Its Ranks
An interview with Customs and Border Protection whistle-blower James Tomsheck.
January 20, 2017
Are We Entering a Post-Evidence Era?
If the future of war is cyber attacks, and cyber attacks can never truly be proven—how does the public audit its government?
Adam H. Johnson
January 17, 2017
Chelsea Manning Will Be Free!
How Obama came to commute Manning’s sentence, and what her leaks revealed about America.
September 28, 2016
The Military Logic of Punishing Chelsea Manning’s Suicide Attempt
The state’s control over the body is paramount.
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September 20, 2016
Remembering Stanley Sheinbaum, an Early Backer of ‘The Nation’ and a Voice for Peace and Justice
Part of the progressive so-called “Malibu Mafia,” he was a force for change among the left and a vital help to this magazine.
August 3, 2016
We Should Be Shocked, Shocked, at Reports of Russian Interference in US Elections
Because, you know, it’s not as if Washington has ever done the same thing to other countries.
February 19, 2016
It’s Been Two Weeks Since a UN Panel Declared That Julian Assange Should Be Freed. Why Is He Still Detained?
It's time to end Julian Assange’s arbitrary detention at the hands of Sweden and the United Kingdom.
January 15, 2016
Defend Whistleblower Jeffrey Sterling
The Obama administration has prosecuted more whistleblowers under the Espionage Act than all other administrations combined. Join a campaign to demand a pardon for one of them.
October 6, 2015
Ted Hearne’s masterpiece
captures digital disorder through the sounds of Wikileaks.