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International Law news and analysis from The Nation
July 15, 2021
Is a War With China Inevitable?
The statements coming out of the Department of Defense and the upper ranks of Congress these days make it seem that way.
Michael T. Klare
July 8, 2021
Can Catalan Pardons Pave a Way Out of Spain’s Territorial Crisis?
Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez released nine Catalan independence leaders from prison. Is it a step toward a solution?
July 1, 2021
War Criminal Found Dead at 88
The human and economic costs of Donald Rumsfeld’s wars are staggering.
June 11, 2021
Do African Lives Matter?
The response of the outside world to the latest disaster in the Democratic Republic of Congo suggests the answer is no.
May 26, 2021
The History the Japanese Government Is Trying to Erase
Failing to teach what the wartime state did only emboldens the forces of misogyny and racism.
Chelsea Szendi Schieder
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May 7, 2021
Is the Shine Starting to Come Off Bill Gates’s Halo?
The billionaire’s role in perpetuating vaccine apartheid in the name of protecting intellectual property rights has begun to draw criticism.
May 7, 2021
Can Guantánamo Ever Be Shut Down?
Dealing with the forever prison of America’s endless wars.
Karen J. Greenberg
May 4, 2021
This Is Biden’s Chance to Vaccinate the World
Then-candidate Biden told me he wouldn’t let patents block vaccine access. Tomorrow, he must keep his promise.
April 28, 2021
Human Rights Watch: Israel Is an Apartheid State
The human rights group’s report lends strength to the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions movement.
April 27, 2021
The Toxic Legacy of the US Military in the Pacific
A Welsh journalist uncovers a decades-long environmental disaster around US bases in East Asia.