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Sam Carliner

Sam Carliner is a journalist based in New Jersey. His writing focuses on US imperialism and the climate crisis. He is also the Weekend Social Media Manager at CodePink.

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The Future of Gen Z Journalism Depends on Julian Assange's Freedom

The world's most powerful government will be able to suppress scrutiny and accountability from journalists anywhere in the world if Assange is successfully extradited, tried, and sentenced.

Sam Carliner ·


'War Is a Crime'—The Belmarsh Tribunal Demands Accountability for the War on Terror

The Belmarsh Tribunal, first held in London in October last year, was established to bare witness to the crimes of the "War on Terror," demand accountability for the war's architects, and demand justice for its victims.

Sam Carliner ·


New York Times Reporting on Airstrikes Should Give Daniel Hale More Credit

The New York Times should give Daniel Hale proper credit and call for Biden to immediately pardon him. As long as he’s in prison, there is no justice.

Sam Carliner ·


Fate Of Anti-War Journalism Lies in Upcoming Assange Hearings

The press still has the power to challenge and prevent U.S. wars. However, this power hangs in the balance in the form of Julian Assange's fate.

Sam Carliner ·


Never Forget Victims of the US Drone Program

A drone strike last month in the last days of the U.S. occupation follows the same logic that 20 years ago turned 9/11 from a day of tragedy and violence into two decades of tragedy and violence.

Sam Carliner ·

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