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Genocide and Ethnic Cleansing
Genocide and Ethnic Cleansing news and analysis from The Nation
April 20, 2017
The World Hasn’t Had This Many People Dying of Starvation and Disease Since World War II
And the United States is complicit in their death.
Michael T. Klare
April 12, 2017
After the Chemical Attack, It’s Time to Get Rid of the ‘Muslim Ban’
Now that he cares about the fate of Syrian children, Trump should open up our country—not bomb theirs.
April 12, 2017
‘Words Are Also Deeds’: Unverified Stories and the Growing Risk of War With Russia
The US narratives for which there are as of yet no facts could lead to direct military conflict between Washington and Moscow.
Stephen F. Cohen
March 22, 2017
Letter From Madaya, Syria, Under Siege by the Assad Regime for Nearly 2 Years
“I have nightmares. I see the people who died of starvation and who I helped to bury.”
Houssam Muhammad Mahmoud
March 9, 2017
The Rehabilitation of George W. Bush
Newfound warm and fuzzy feelings towards the former president can’t mask how bankrupt mainstream conservatism really is.
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February 28, 2017
The Ways to Destroy Democracy
A new biography of Hitler offers us a warning from history.
Richard J. Evans
February 23, 2017
Letters From the March 13, 2017, Issue
We were immigrants once… Truly democratic, truly national… Trump’s uncivil acts… Sleuths with pens… Righteous resistance… We’ve got you covered …
February 15, 2017
Saul Friedländer’s Many Lives
What is the relationship between the Holocaust’s history and its memory?
Peter E. Gordon
December 13, 2016
Remembering El Mozote, the Worst Massacre in Modern Latin American History
For decades, justice was denied and survivors were afraid to talk. But recently an international court found the government guilty, and a local judge has reopened a case against the perpetrators.
Sarah Esther Maslin
October 13, 2016
The Armenian Genocide Finally Gets Its Due With the Film ‘The Promise’
An epic motion picture, it will introduce general audiences to a tragic chapter of history that has been shamefully denied for far too long.
Pietro A. Shakarian