Victims of British imperialism explain why they are far from mourning the death of the U.K. monarch.
Biden Threatens More Illegal War in Afghanistan
The bombing of Afghanistan was not legitimate self-defense under the UN Charter because Afghanistan did not attack the United States on Sept. 11, 2001, writes Marjorie Cohn.
US & UK May Not Will Assange’s Death, But Everything They Are Doing Makes It More Likely
If Washington presses an appeal, the WikiLeaks founder faces many more months in Covid-infested prison conditions he may not survive, writes Jonathan Cook.
Doctors Issue Urgent Australian Appeal to Save Julian Assange
More than 100 medical doctors urge the Australian government to protect the life of its citizen “before it is too late.”
JOHN KIRIAKOU: Those Torture Drawings in the NYT
In 2002, John Kiriakou captured the Guantanamo prisoner who drew those sickening pictures. Abu Zubaydah has a constitutional right to face his accusers in court, or be released, Kiriakou says.
UN Torture Report: ‘Demonized’ Assange Has Faced ‘Psychological Torture’
The UN special rapporteur on torture has blasted four nations for imposing psychological torture on Julian Assange.
The Revelations of WikiLeaks: No. 3—The Most Extensive Classified Leak in History
The “Iraq War Logs” disgorged an unprecedented profusion of documents, military reports and videos, reports Patrick Lawrence.
Julian Assange’s Nightmarish Future
The WikiLeaks publisher is in a maximum-security prison that has been called the UK’s Guantanamo Bay, Elizabeth Vos reports.
The Problem of International Law
Modern institutions that hold back the rise of barbarism are being weakened, writes Lawrence Davidson.
For Hollywood, ‘Vice’ Is Remarkably Astute About Politics
Adam McKay’s movie may be flawed, but it’s still must-see for his depiction of how Cheney amassed power by exploiting Watergate, an inexperienced president and 9/11, writes James DiEugenio.