Category: International Law

Mehlab Jameel: US Empire: drone strikes, torture and prison industries

Torture and abuse of U.S. prisoners at home and abroad are not the acts of a few bad apples, but examples of systemic, state-sanctioned violence

Christian Appy: Our “Merciful” Ending to the “Good War”

Or How Patriotism Means Never Having To Say You’re Sorry

Karima Bennoune: The Women’s Court

From 1991 through 2001, a series of conflicts, including the Bosnian War, were fought on the territory of the Former Yugoslavia. During that time, ethnic, sexual and economic violence against women was rampant and rape was used as a tool for “ethnic cleansing.”

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Joseph Gerson: Obama Administration Sabotages Nuclear Nonproliferation Conference

So much for President Obama’s commitment to a nuclear-weapons-free world

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Brian Terrell: President Obama and the Fog of War

Taking Responsibility for Drone Killings

Rene Guerra: Salvadorans Warn Canadians about World Bank’s Kangaroo Court

“Salvadorans, Canadians, and many others elsewhere face a common threat. Let’s continue to call on our governments to withdraw from these treaties and provisions that leave us all so vulnerable”

Johannes Hautaviita: Finnish NATO-integration and democracy

Finland has not declared that the stationing of NATO’s nuclear arms on its soil as forbidden

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Immanuel Wallerstein: Geopolitics is a Fluid Game: Negotiations and Their Enemies

Quite often the enemies of negotiations win out

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Tom Engelhardt: Who Counts?

Body Counts, Drones, and “Collateral Damage” (aka “Bug Splat”)

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Marjorie Cohn: Agent Orange: Terrible Legacy of the Vietnam War

40 years after the end of the Vietnam War, we must support the Vietnamese people who continue to suffer some of the most horrific legacies of that war

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