Karen J. Greenberg says the past two decades have seen no accountability for the lawless U.S. policies of the war on terror.
The Names You’ll Never Know
A civilian deaths memorial could zig zag across the U.S., suggests Nick Turse. It could keep extending westwards, in a way that would spur Americans’ interest in their nation’s history and conflicts abroad.
Friends, Enemies & Four Failed Wars
The British public can no longer afford its governments to run reckless around the world with no heed to the long-term consequences, write Phil Miller and Mark Curtis.
AFRICA: Deby’s Death, Chad’s Crisis & the Ghosts of Libya
Danny Sjursen says it is no accident that some 60 percent of the coups in Africa over the last half century occurred in former French colonies.
WATCH: CN Live! — The ‘Arab Spring’ 10 Years On
A decade ago rebellions roiled the region with great hope that democracy would take root. What went wrong?
Lessons From the 10th Anniversary of the Egyptian Uprising
In marking the anniversary of the Egyptian uprising, it is deceptive to celebrate a revolution. The word “revolution” has been bandied about a lot since 2011, writes As’ad AbuKhalil.
Did UK’s Secret Libya Policy Contribute to Manchester Terror?
There is no point in the U.K. inquiry unless it asks difficult questions the British establishment would rather avoid, writes Peter Oborne.
What Happened to the Global Uprisings of a Decade Ago?
Ten years have slipped by since a man named Mohamed Bouazizi set himself on fire in the Tunisian town of Sidi Bouzid, begins Vijay Prashad.
Ending Regime Change — in Bolivia & the World
Medea Benjamin and Nicolas J. S. Davies address the illegal and destructive uses of U.S. military, diplomatic and financial coercion since Sept. 11.
LETTER FROM LONDON: The Surreal US Case Against Assange
The fox is guarding the henhouse and Washington is prosecuting a publisher for exposing its own war crimes. Alexander Mercouris diagnoses the incoherence of the U.S. case for extradition.