All Articles on Abu Ghraib

"It became a laboratory for the torture methods associated with that administration’s so-called war on terror and for improvised judicial proceedings that violate basic principles of due process and justice." (Photo: Shane T. McCoy/U.S. Navy) Views
Trump Embraces the Original Sin of Guantánamo
The human cost is incalculable.
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Brian in custody of the secret service. (Photo: Courtesy of Brian Terrell) Views
Solidarity from Central Cellblock to Guantanamo
These evils, small or large, are all growing from the same roots of imperial arrogance.
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American society is embracing its inner empire. Eventually, its long reach may come for us all. Views
The Empire Comes Home
Counterinsurgency, Policing, and the Militarization of America’s Cities.
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The End of Empire
The brutality abroad is matched by a growing brutality at home.
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Abu Ghraib Prison Was Closed in 2014, But Its Horrendous Legacy Lives On
With no end to the war on terror, the legacy of Abu Ghraib prison remains as important as ever, especially where a lack of accountability continues to permeate all operations in Iraq
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Court Throws Out Blackwater Guards' Sentences for 2007 Baghdad Massacre
Three former mercenaries who killed and injured 31 unarmed Iraqis in Nisour Square will be resentenced, and a fourth may be retried
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Could War With Iran Be on Washington’s Agenda?
On the president who loved generals and what that means for the rest of us
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A Violent Cesspool of Our Own Making: The Dark [K]night of Donald Trump
Weapons, Warriors, and Fear as the New Order in America
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America’s Spiral Into Permanent War Seems More Foolish Than Ever
Donald Trump is inheriting the scariest tools of aggression imaginable. A new book explores their dark legacy.
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The remains of the MSF hospital in Kunduz, Afghanistan, six months after it was attacked in a U.S. airstrike. News
In Historic First, ICC Preparing to Investigate US War Crimes in Afghanistan
Foreign Policy reports that the International Criminal Court is poised to formally investigate U.S. actions for the first time in its history
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