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2016 Republican National Convention
War on Terror
July 18, 2016
How the US Military Came to Embrace Extrajudicial Killings
It’s easy when war is a video game.
July 18, 2016
Spaniards Confront the Legacy of Civil War and Dictatorship
Four decades after the transition to democracy, families victimized by Francoist repression have organized in a quest for justice.
June 27, 2016
Colleges Aren’t Enforcing Their Own Anti-Sweatshop Policies
SUNY’s failure to enforce its anti-sweatshop policies is a reminder that major institutional consumers can only go so far in addressing the crisis of globalized labor abuses.
June 21, 2016
Julian Assange Just Began His 5th Year Inside the Ecuadorian Embassy
Each year of his confinement represents another strike against freedom of information.
June 20, 2016
By Screening ‘The Magnitsky Act,’ the Newseum Stood Up for the First Amendment
Should ultra-wealthy foreign nationals be able to transform their personal vendettas against foreign governments into law?
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June 14, 2016
The Orlando Massacre’s Moral Imperative: Don’t Propagate Hate
We need more wisdom and less posturing about the underlying factors—hate, guns and terrorism—rooted in this horror.
Katrina vanden Heuvel
June 10, 2016
Seafood Is a Dirtier Business Than You Think
The global seafood industry is exploitative at each step of the supply chain, from Thailand to the Louisiana Gulf.
June 7, 2016
Governor Cuomo, Put Me on Your BDS Blacklist
One day, when the system of imposed inequality ends in Israel-Palestine, our resistance to it will be looked back on as a badge of honor.
June 2, 2016
Should We Stay or Should We Go? A Debate Over Brexit
Four Brits let us know.
May 25, 2016
The Era of Rogue Justice After 9/11
We came perilously close to losing our Bill of Rights protections—and the struggle to restore them is not over.
Karen J. Greenberg