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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

 

Donald Trump and the Presidential Privatization of Secrecy

Enhanced secrecy techniques are the order of the day (and the century, too).

Karen Greenberg ·


The State of US 'Democracy' Is Grim. Can It Be Saved?

For a long time now, the mechanisms of our democratic system of government meant to ensure accountability have been at the edge of collapse, if not obliteration.

Karen Greenberg ·


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 ·

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