Posts Tagged: torture
British objections to how Algeria handled its hostage situation and a recent visit by one of its boy bands to Ghana highlight U.S. and European condescension towards Africa.
After the fact, torture can only be dealt with by staring directly into the nightmare that changed us.
A Lebanese Alawite family sits in their living room by a Christmas tree.
William Shawcross was on board with the Bush administration's counterterrorism policies.
Presidential candidates are praising it. Former administration officials are defending it. Will the United States backtrack on torture?
A new collection of source documents shows that torture is nothing new in American history.
Medical ethics has a long and honorable history that U.S. officials and medical professionals must uphold for the doctors and nurses in Bahrain.
What will we say when other governments follow our example by providing immunity from prosecution to torturers?
A poem about the theater of cruelty that was Abu Ghraib.
The Obama administration promised to reverse the Bush-era policies on terrorism. But the president has spent most of his time reversing himself.