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International Law news and analysis from The Nation
September 23, 2022
How American Exceptionalism Fueled Global Authoritarian Nationalism
Even as the West unites against the Russia that Putin built, it finds itself fighting homegrown variants of authoritarian exceptionalism, from Trump to Orbán.
August 15, 2022
The Twilight Years of American Hegemony
What could better fit an America in decline than a president in decline, the more radically so the better?
August 4, 2022
Why Can’t AIPAC Defend Israel?
When it comes to the lobby’s massive spending in Democratic primaries, Zionism has become the cause that dare not speak its name.
August 2, 2022
Free Jeef Kazadi!
We call on the Democratic Republic of Congo to immediately release a detained journalist.
July 29, 2022
Trump Might Face Prison, but Bolton and Kissinger? Never!
John Bolton recently joked about helping to plan coups while in office. For those on the receiving end, like the thousands who died thanks to Henry Kissinger’s machinations, America’s coups abroad are no laughing matter.
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July 26, 2022
Distorting the Holocaust to Boost the International Arms Trade
If whitewashing Bulgaria’s history during the Second World War helps an Israeli arms company get a contract, who could possibly object?
July 22, 2022
Asking “What About…?” Is Essential to Achieving Justice
Selective empathy prevents us from making connections.
Viet Thanh Nguyen
July 20, 2022
Biden’s Unkind, Rewind Approach to the Middle East
Instead of being an “inflection point,” the president’s trip made it clear that nothing will change.
Andrew J. Bacevich
July 6, 2022
In Colombia and Chile, Latin America Is Returning to Democracy
But is the Biden administration listening?
June 24, 2022
America’s Lapdog Britain Moves to Extradite Julian Assange
If President Biden really cared about press freedom, he would have canceled the extradition request months ago.