The officers in Memphis, Tennessee, came into the community to kill. Like a pack of wild dogs, they were there to satisfy a blood lust and insatiable taste for Black flesh, writes Wilmer Leon.
The Perils of Pious Neoliberalism
Amid extreme wealth inequality, Vijay Prashad considers the appeal of reactionary new religious traditions that measure salvation in the present balance of your bank account.
My 10 Years of Reporting on AFRICOM
A decade ago, Nick Turse embarked on a quest to cover what the U.S. military was doing in Africa.
SCOTT RITTER: Pipelines v. USA
Intent, motive and means: People serving life sentences in U.S. prisons have been convicted on weaker grounds than the circumstantial evidence against Washington for the attack on the Nord Stream pipelines.
Is There a Price in Blood for British Foreign Policy?
There are powerful reasons to regard both the 7/7 bombings and the 2017 Manchester Arena atrocity as different versions of blowback, writes Peter Oborne.
UK Knew Terrorists Would Gain from Toppling Gaddafi
The revelation raises serious questions about British foreign policy and whether David Cameron misled Parliament, write Phil Miller and Mark Curtis.
The War on Terror Is a Success — for Terror
Nick Turse reports on the proliferation of U.S. military targets since U.S. Congress gave successive presidents an essentially free hand to make war around the world.
Israel’s ‘Terrorist’ Smear of Palestinian Rights Groups
A secret dossier prepared by Shin Bet failed to link the six organizations directly or indirectly to any violent activity, writes Marjorie Cohn.
Denouncing Israel’s Crackdown on Palestinian Rights Groups
U.S.-based social justice groups tell Antony Blinken that smearing human-rights promotion as “terrorist” is a well-worn tactic of authoritarian regimes.
WATCH: The Belmarsh Tribunal — The War on Terror on Trial
Inspired by the Russell-Sartre Tribunal of 1966, the Belmarsh Tribunal is putting the U.S. in the dock for its War on Terror crimes. Watch the replay.