The Pentagon Papers whistleblower, who has a diagnosis of pancreatic cancer, is urging a ceasefire in Ukraine. “This is not a species to be trusted with nuclear weapons,” he tells Marjorie Cohn.
Tag: Marjorie Cohn
High Court Declines Arkansas Case on Boycotting Israel
Marjorie Cohn covers the Supreme Court decision to let the state’s anti-BDS law stand — and ignore legal precedent protecting the right to boycott under the First Amendment.
Biden Administration’s Capitulation to Israel
By preventing a U.N. Security Council vote on Israel’s illegal settlements, Marjorie Cohn says Biden failed to demonstrate even the modicum of reason exhibited by the Obama-Biden administration.
‘Cleansing’ Palestinians from Palestine
Israel’s new extremist regime — the most anti-Palestinian in history — seems to be aiming at incorporating all of the occupied Palestinian territories into Israel, writes Marjorie Cohn.
‘Broken Windows Policing’ & the Killing of Tyre Nichols
Far from “restoring peace,” officers in the SCORPION unit turned the streets of Memphis into a violent scene that led to death, writes Marjorie Cohn.
US Supreme Court About to Eviscerate the Right to Strike
Marjorie Cohn goes over a case involving a 2017 Teamsters strike against a concrete company in Seattle that is now before the High Court’s pro-corporate super majority.
Cuba Calls Biden’s Blockade the Most Punishing
Marjorie Cohn reports on the Biden administration’s loyalty to Trump’s policy of maximum economic pressure on Cuba.
Netanyahu’s Most Anti-Palestinian Government Yet
There is an effective way to pressure Israel to end its illegal occupation of Palestinian territory and violation of the rights of the Palestinians, writes Marjorie Cohn.
ICC Criticized for Neglecting Probe of Israeli War Crimes
Rights groups are criticizing inaction by the ICC prosecutor in a year when more than 200 Palestinians, including many children, were killed in the West Bank and Gaza Strip, writes Marjorie Cohn.
Mumia Abu-Jamal Has Chance at New Trial
It took 37 years for the prosecution to turn over exculpatory evidence in a case emblematic of racism in the legal system, writes Marjorie Cohn.