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Karen Greenberg

Karen Greenberg

Karen J. Greenberg is the Director of the Center on National Security at Fordham Law. She is the author of "The Least Worst Place: Guantanamo's First 100 Days" (2010). She is also the co-editor of "The Torture Papers: The Road to Abu Ghraib" (2005).

Articles by this author

 

The Aging Empire's New Clothes

At the moment, we find ourselves at an all-too-dangerous crossroads.

Karen Greenberg ·


To Truly Understand Ukraine War, Look to Our Future—Not the Past

The global and the local in today's world are now virtually indistinguishable.

Karen Greenberg ·


American Empire's Prison From Hell: Guantánamo

Will we "celebrate" its 30th anniversary?

Karen Greenberg ·


Are We Forever Captives of America's Forever Wars?

This is what needs to be done to finally end our forever wars.

Karen Greenberg ·


War, Torture, and Mass Death: On the US Refusal to Apologize for Its Post-9/11 Carnage

No accountability. No apologies. It's the American way.

Karen Greenberg ·


The Endless Shadow of the War on Terror

Living with it forever and a day

Karen Greenberg ·


America's Accountability Problem

Is anyone responsible anymore?

Karen Greenberg ·


Will America's Forever Offshore Prison Ever Be Closed?

Can Guantánamo ever be shut down?

Karen Greenberg ·

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