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Name-Place-Animal-Thing: Of the Afterlife, ‘Art from Guantanamo’ and ‘Playboy’

This week: A novel about being stuck between the living and dead, prisoners’ artwork and Gloria Steinem’s stint as a Playboy Bunny. The post Name-Pl...   [ continue reading...]



Remembering Che Guevara 50 years after his assassination

Ernesto 'Che' Guevara was assassinated in Bolivia on October 9, 1957.James CockcroftFriday, September 29, 2017October 9 marks the 50th anniversary of the CIA-or...   [ continue reading...]



When It Comes to Our Wars in the Greater Middle East, Maybe We’re the Bad Guys

Imagine telling the family of a fallen soldier they died to ensure Saudi hegemony in the Gulf, an eternal Guantanamo, or the spread of terror groups and refugee...   [ continue reading...]



Despite Our 'Patriotic' Propaganda, the U.S. is a Force for Destruction in the Middle East

The U.S. is in many ways little more than an air force, military trainer, and weapons depot for assorted Sunni despots. I used to command soldiers. Over...   [ continue reading...]



An Arab perspective on Channel 4’s ‘The State’

A review of Channel 4's 'The State', a show that takes ISIS as its subject and Syria as its backdrop. But does it...   [ continue reading...]



In the "War on Terror," What Are We Killing and Dying For?

Helicopter crew members stand security after the extraction of fellow soldiers from the top of a mountain in the Andar District of Ghazni Province in Afghanista...   [ continue reading...]



Normalising torture

On impunity, and the erosion of ethics in International Human Rights Law - from Guantanamo to Yemen....   [ continue reading...]



With the Pervasive Use of War as Metaphor, We Are All at War, All the Time

And all the men and women merely soldiers. Since September 11, 2001, the United States has been fighting a “war on terror.” Real soldiers have...   [ continue reading...]



What was missed

The case of two Brighton brothers killed in Syria raises fundamental questions for local authorities, says Fiyaz M...   [ continue reading...]



When All the World's a War -- And All the Men and Women Merely Soldiers

When we declare war on phenomena like crime, drugs, or terror, instantly militarizing such problems, we severely limit our means for understanding and dealing w...   [ continue reading...]



Child Soldier in the War on Terror: The Limits of Justice for One Guantanamo Bay Survivor

Canadian citizen Omar Khadr was only 15 years old when he was captured in Afghanistan and subsequently tortured at the Bagram and Guantanamo Bay U.S. military p...   [ continue reading...]



Canada Pays and Fails Omar Khadr

War Against Afghanistanby Oscar Wailoo The Canadian courts have acknowledged the wrong done to Omar Khadr, a 15 year-old child soldier who was tortured and impr...   [ continue reading...]



Opening Gitmo to the World

To read Witnesses of the Unseen: Seven Years in Guantanamo is to run your mind along the contours of hell. The next step, if you’re an American,...   [ continue reading...]



How Witnesses of the Unseen: Seven Years in Guantánamo Opens Up the Horrors of Torture

To read Witnesses of the Unseen: Seven Years in Guantánamo is to run your mind along the contours of hell. The next step, if you’re an American, is...   [ continue reading...]



Is the world finally breaking its silence on Turkey?

"Members of my staff are sad not just for their friends, but for their country. What will it take for the world to...   [ continue reading...]



How the Cuban workers made their revolution

Barry HealyFriday, July 21, 2017A Hidden History of the Cuban Revolution; How the Working Class Shaped the Guerrillas’ Victory Steve Cushion Monthly Revie...   [ continue reading...]



FBI Nominee Christopher Wray Sure Looks Dirty

Wherever Wray goes, it seems, bad guys get away unscathed while scapegoats suffer the consequences. "If I am given the honor of leading this agency, I wil...   [ continue reading...]



My Visit With One of the Forgotten Prisoners of Guantánamo

Last month, I took my first trip to the US military detention camp at Guantánamo Bay to visit Sufyian Barhoumi. As a military handler drove me and my col...   [ continue reading...]



Indonesia: Counterterrorism Law Changes Threaten Rights

Expand Counterterrorism police stand guard near evidence confiscated in raids on...   [ continue reading...]



Guantanamo Conviction Appeal Stalled Over Legal Representation

The dispute halted a fact-finding hearing outside Washington about whether Ibrahim al Qosi, who reportedly rejoined al Qaeda, was an enemy belligerent. The post...   [ continue reading...]

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