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Did the Torture Report Give the C.I.A. a Bum Rap?

by David Cole

Asking whether torture works is like asking whether slavery works. It’s the wrong question.

Can teaching patriotism protect France?

by Robert Zaretsky

After the Charlie Hebdo massacre, a country recommits to promoting national values in schools—a tradition that has flagged in the United States

Jeb Bush on Foreign Policy: Peddling old Iraq Myths Again

by Juan Cole

Jeb Bush’s maiden voyage into foreign policy was painful to watch, a hodgepodge of exaggerated bogeymen, vague ideals, inaccurate assertions, and bad history.

Remembering Malcolm X Fifty Years Later

by Daniel Pipes

Malcolm X was anything but mainstream and the passage of a half century should not soften attitudes toward him.

The harrowing story of Masako Shinjo Summers Robbins

by Masako Shinjo Summers Robinson

How a child born in Osaka, sold by her father into slavery, ended up in America

One Standard, Not Two, for Christianity and Islam

by Jeffrey Herf

The President spoke the truth recently when he said “terrible deeds” have been committed in the name of Christianity. We should be equally frank in saying that terrible deeds are now being committed in the name of Islam.

Sticks, Stones, and American Exceptionalism

by R. B. Bernstein

How are we to take polemicists’ rhetoric seriously, when it celebrates a past and a nation that never was?

The Warmongering Record of Hillary Clinton

by Gary Leupp

Clinton’s record of her tenure in the State Department is entitled Hard Choices, but it has never been hard for Hillary to choose brute force in the service of U.S. imperialism and its controlling 1%.

“He got intimidated by the right”: Orlando Patterson on President Obama, race & black culture

by Ian Blair

50 years after the Moynihan report, renowned Harvard sociologist talks Ferguson, respectability politics and Cosby

Fidel Castro and Apartheid

by Matt Peppe

Cuba’s intervention in Angola managed to change the course of that country and reverberate throughout Africa.

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