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Scott Horton Debates John Rizzo on Democracy Now!

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The Torture Doctors

An expert panel concludes that the Pentagon and the CIA ordered physicians to violate the Hippocratic Oath Read More

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Obama’s Snowden Dilemma

How will the Obama Administration handle Edward Snowden’s case in the long term? Read More

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The G.O.P.’s Surveillance Judiciary

Is it possible to simply disband the partisan FISA court? Read More

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Back in the G.D.R.

What the United States can learn from the East German surveillance experience Read More

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Spotlighting the Surveillance Court

Why has a secret court been permitted to place America at the center of a new global panopticon? Read More

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The Real Insider Threat

Will the NSA’s surveillance program threaten the Atlantic Alliance? Read More

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A Final Act for the Guantánamo Theater of the Absurd?

A new report from Seton Hall University exposes government surveillance of attorney–client conversations Read More

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Brokers of Deceit: How the U.S. Has Undermined Peace in the Middle East

Rashid Khalidi on how the United States sustains the failure of the Israel–Palestine peace process Read More

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Mea Maxima Culpa: Silence in the House of God

Alex Gibney on his documentary investigating the Roman Catholic Church’s handling of child sex-abuse cases Read More

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Carmen Ortiz Strikes Out

Congress prepares to slap down prosecutors linked to the suicide of Aaron Swartz Read More

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Aaron Swartz, RIP

A leading cyberactivist commits suicide at twenty-six. Was he hounded to death by federal prosecutors? Read More

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The DOJ’s Torturer-Protection Program

By sending a decorated intelligence officer to prison, the Justice Department shields torturers in the ranks of the CIA Read More

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The Pardons Turkeys

The Department of Justice is strangling the pardons process — again Read More

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European Court Condemns CIA Extraction Techniques as Torture

A European human rights court hands down the first binding decision against Bush-era rendition techniques Read More

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D For Deception

Tina Rosenberg on the British spy novelist who hoodwinked Hitler Read More

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Boss Rove’s Justice

“There are two things that are important in politics. The first is money, and I can’t remember the second.” That quip was offered by Mark Hanna during the first modern…

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A Stinging Rebuke of the DOJ on Access to Counsel at Gitmo

The Bush Administration originally created special-detention facilities at Guantánamo on the theory that—given the unique historical provenance of the base, which was secured under a lease at the end of…

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CIA Waterboarding, Qaddafi Collaboration Revealed

Just days after Attorney General Holder announced a formal decision of impunity resulting from a probe into 101 documented cases in which CIA agents engaged in acts of torture and…

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Boss Rove: Six Questions for Craig Unger

After four years in the political penalty box, Karl Rove has returned as the undeniable mastermind of the G.O.P.’s electoral effort. Vanity Fair contributing editor Craig Unger has just published…

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Holder Announces Impunity for Torture-Homicides

There is some long-settled wisdom among Washington politicos: When you have bad news and want to avoid attention, you release it just before a holiday weekend. And when you can…

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Privacy: Six Questions for Garret Keizer

We live in a world in which the private space we are afforded seems to be constantly shrinking. Travelers are subjected to ever-mounting indignities at airports, and those who turn…

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Great Games, Local Rules: Six Questions for Alex Cooley

Alex Cooley Through much of modern history, Central Asia has been a borderland between great empires that vied for influence within it. This came to an end with the Soviet…

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The Gray Lady’s Voter Suppression Quandry

In the midst of a recent deposition under oath in a lawsuit in which he was seeking to recover money he believed he was owed by the Florida G.O.P., former…

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Private Empire: Six Questions for Steve Coll

Measured by revenue, ExxonMobil is the largest corporation on earth. Its operations span the globe, and it behaves like a powerful sovereign, exercising immense influence over the governments of the…

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Mozart at the Gateway to His Fortune: Six Questions for Christoph Wolff

The last years of Mozart’s life and the prodigious and important works he created during them have been heavily romanticized in the musical literature. Now, one of this generation’s leading…

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Our Politicized Judiciary

The Supreme Court has held the news spotlight this week as at no other time in recent memory. The Court’s 5–4 ruling on this year’s cornerstone case, addressing challenges to…

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The Art of Intelligence: Six Questions for Henry Crumpton

Henry Crumpton spent twenty-four years in the CIA’s clandestine service. His work put him at the forefront of the agency’s counterterrorism efforts, and on the front lines as America took…

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