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George W. Bush Stumbles Into a Moment of Truth
The former president’s gaffe reminds us that his launching of a criminal war still demands justice.
May 17, 2022
The “Brutal Solidarity” Between Buffalo and Palestine
The violence that has visited Buffalo’s Black community and the Palestinian mourners of Shireen Abu Akleh speaks to the commonality of their oppression.
January 27, 2022
Are We Any Closer to Shutting Down Guantánamo?
In the legal quagmire the US has created, there is no easy answer.
Karen J. Greenberg
January 11, 2022
This Is the Unbuilding of America
We’ve long inhabited a perilous world—one that has only grown more so as the decades have passed.
January 5, 2022
2 Decades of Military Force Got Us Nowhere
Twenty years of war, around $6 trillion, and nearly 1 million corpses later, there are now more terrorist groups than in 2001.
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December 13, 2021
Here’s How We End America’s Forever Wars
It’s time to acknowledge in the most concrete ways imaginable that the post-9/11 war on terror warrants a final sunset.
Karen J. Greenberg
November 9, 2021
It Doesn’t Pay to Be Right About America’s Wars
This country hates to be reminded that not everyone was duped by the domino theory.
September 13, 2021
George W. Bush Still Owes the World an Apology
In his speech marking the 20th anniversary of 9/11, Bush made no attempt at taking responsibility for the tragedies that followed that awful day.
September 10, 2021
I Lost My Father on 9/11, but I Never Wanted to Be a “Victim”
I never felt comfortable with the official rituals of 9/11 grief, with their overtones of patriotism and vengeance, so I sought other ways to use my role.
September 9, 2021
The $8 Trillion Cost of Failure
The time and money it took to give Kabul to the Taliban could have been used to help struggling Americans.