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Today 4:56 pm
Why Is the United States Abetting Saudi War Crimes in Yemen?
The Obama administration’s record-setting arms deals with Riyadh have strengthened extremists and led to greater regional instability.
Today 3:39 pm
It’s Time for the United Nations to Compensate Haiti for Its Cholera Disaster
Accountability should be seen as a strength, not a liability, at an organization committed to human rights.
Muneer I. Ahmad
Alice M. Miller
Today 12:02 pm
There’s a Bigger Problem at the Border Than Trump’s Proposed Wall
We live in fear of Trump
s plan for the Mexican border—not realizing that much of it already exists.
Today 11:25 am
How Obama Helped Lay the Groundwork for Trump’s Thuggery
His refusal to prosecute torturers and his Wild West assassination of bin Laden show how moral complacency can all too easily degenerate into full-blown corruption.
Today 9:32 am
An Argentinian Novelist, Out of Oblivion
Exile, failure, the dread of erasure: Antonio Di Benedetto seems to have transmuted all his life experiences into his novel
, which has finally been translated into English.
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Yesterday 12:25 pm
Should We Trust the Republicans Who Published a Letter Denouncing Trump?
They may be the enemies of our enemy. But they’re also war criminals.
Yesterday 11:26 am
Now That the Games Are Over, the Real Olympic Drama Begins in Rio
The Olympics are over, but they have set the stage for a wider social conflict over the future of the city.
August 19, 2016
Do the Olympics Actually Make the World Less Healthy?
The Olympics bill themselves as celebrations of physical fitness, but often leave sickness and compromised health systems in their wake.
August 19, 2016
Inequality Has Gotten So Bad That We’re Offshoring Our Grandparents
Americans can’t afford to retire in the United States, so many are moving south of the border, trading one form of inequity for another.
August 18, 2016
Ryan Lochte Is One of Many Privileged First-World Tourists—and Brazilians Are Fed Up
He seems to believe in the old imperial axiom that “there is no sin below the equator.”