Topic: Guantanamo

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Tyler J. Pollard Interviews David L. Clark: University Students Welcome Omar Khadr

Earlier this year, professor and public intellectual, Dr. David L. Clark, invited the President and Vice-Chancellor of McMaster University, Dr. Patrick Deane, t...   [ continue reading...]

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DePaul Students Demand Removal of “Torture” Dean

Jay Becker | September 21, 2015 The role of members of the American Psychological Association (APA) in facilitating, rationalizing and covering up torture comm...   [ continue reading...]

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No, You Cannot Know This Man's Account of His Torture by the CIA

Andrea Germanos, staff writer Guantanamo prisoner Abu Zubaydah detailed the torture that the CIA inflicted on him to his lawyers, but that information won't b...   [ continue reading...]

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Guantanamo: Change of Venue is Not Closure - Preemptive Imprisonment Must End!

Jay Becker | September 11, 2015 Last month, word leaked out that the Pentagon is considering various Federal and military prisons in the U.S. to imprison the...   [ continue reading...]

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How Jimmy Carter Revealed the GOP's Dark Id Four Decades Ago

The 39th president knew the forces unfettered campaign spending would unleash before anyone else. James Earl Carter is nearing the end. In an extraor...   [ continue reading...]

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Hillary Clinton Once Joked About Uighurs Imprisoned in Guantanamo Bay as Secretary of State

Based on a 2010 email exchange, the secretary of state seemed to view the situation as comedic. This week saw the release of more Hillary Clinton emai...   [ continue reading...]

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Hillary Clinton Once Joked About Uighurs Imprisoned in Guantanamo Bay When She Was Secretary of State

Based on a 2010 email exchange, the secretary of state seemed to view the situation as comedic. This week saw the release of more Hillary Clinton emai...   [ continue reading...]

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The Prophetic President: How Jimmy Carter’s 1970's Voting Reform Proposals Revealed the Dark Id of the GOP

The 39th president knew the forces unfettered campaign spending would unleash before anyone else. James Earl Carter is nearing the end. In an extraor...   [ continue reading...]

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When Not to Listen to a Columnist: The Dyett Hunger Strikers Must Be Heard

Last week, Eric Zorn, an op-ed columnist and daily blogger for the Chicago Tribune, wrote a piece criticizing the tactics and aims of Chicagoans who h...   [ continue reading...]

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Flier: Tear Down Guantanamo End Indefinite Detention

World Can't Wait | September 1, 2015 The closure of Guantanamo Bay Prison Camp can’t wait. The abomination of US torture must not only end; the rationale of...   [ continue reading...]

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Latin America’s integration: its dynamics and politics

Latin American regional integration shows not only that another world is possible, but that it is being built right now. South America wi...   [ continue reading...]

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Justice Detained, Justice Denied: Indefinite Detention and Torture Continue as Law of the Land

Jill McLaughlin | August 16, 2015 After years of struggle to learn, expose and stop what the American Psychological Association did to support U.S. torture and...   [ continue reading...]

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Why Castro Says The United States Owes Cuba Millions

Calling for the return of Guantanamo and embargo reparations is a position that is well-received among Cubans. The post Why Castro Says The United States Owes...   [ continue reading...]

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Why on earth would leftists go out of their way to support Cage?

Max Farrar responds to this article, and its authors respond in kind. What exactly is Cage, and how should it be treated? Flickr/Walt Jab...   [ continue reading...]

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Artist, Daughter of Afghan President Takes on US Abuse From Guantánamo to Abu Ghraib

We are on the road in Venice, Italy, the site of the Venice Biennale, the oldest and most prestigious international biennial art exhibition in the world. We are...   [ continue reading...]

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Artist Mariam Ghani, Daughter of Afghan Pres., Takes on US Abuse from Gitmo to Bagram to US Prisons

We are on the road in Venice, Italy, the site of the Venice Biennale, the oldest and most prestigious international biennial art exhibition in the world. We are...   [ continue reading...]

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120 Years of Rocky US-Cuba Relations, in Pictures

A brief history of the long, rocky relationship between the United States and Cuba, from the Spanish-American War through the recent reestablishment of diplomat...   [ continue reading...]

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US Drone Campaign Needs to be Acknowledged a Failure

Short Information TeaserThe assassination drone campaign on the tribal areas of Pakistan, Somalia, Yemen and Afghanistan has been one of the controversial plans...   [ continue reading...]

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Julian Assange: The Untold Story of an Epic Struggle for Justice

By John Pilger The persecution of Julian Assange is about to flare again as it enters a dangerous stage. On Aug. 20, three-quarters of the Swedish prosecutor’...   [ continue reading...]

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Apologists for terror or defenders of human rights? The Cage controversy in context

The attack on Cage is part of the more general assault on politically active Muslims and an attempt to push Muslim organisations to the margins of public life....   [ continue reading...]

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