Even as the U.S. and Europe reach out to Belarus amid tensions with Russia, the country is resurrecting controversial Soviet-era policies.
The Gambit to Free Chelsea Manning
The fight to free the WikiLeaks whistleblower continues in the courts of law and public opinion — but justice is expensive.
Dying to Get Into Europe (Pt. 2)
European nations are considering military intervention in Libya to halt illicit migration.
Dying to Get Into Europe (Pt. 1)
Europe’s self-imposed migration crisis.
There’s Still Time to Prosecute the Torturers
I served two years in prison for exposing the CIA’s torture program. Why are the men responsible for it walking free?
Flight of the Rohingya
Stateless refugees from Burma are risking death, rape, and drowning by the thousands on a risky escape to Malaysia.
Celebrating Romani Resistance Day
A growing movement among Roma activists looks to celebrate their ancestors’ resistance to persecution — and to pick up where they left off.
DC’s Dictator Summit
A Washington gathering of Persian Gulf autocrats sums up the absurdity of America’s relationship with some of the world’s most oppressive regimes.
The Islamic State’s Crimes Against Islam
For those who doubt mainstream Islam’s commitment to stopping extremists, this is for you.
Who Knew? Sister Megan Rice Didn’t Seek to Sabotage Our National Defense
An appeals court ruled that Sister Megan Rice and her peace-activist colleagues should not have been found guilty of the ridiculous charge of sabotage.