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Boston Review speaks with Arundhati Roy on censorship, storytelling, and her problem with the term ‘postcolonialism.’
Arundhati Roy, Avni Sejpal
Undocumented immigrants face horrible conditions in U.S. detention, with little legal recourse.
Dilma Rousseff's impeachment circumvented the democratic process.
For many EU citizens in the UK, the Brexit vote means the end of home as they know it.
The U.S. turns a blind eye on the murder of environmentalist Berta Cáceres.
War is almost always a choice, a madness we go along with.
The vote will have consequences far beyond the UK's borders.
Alex de Waal
The country needs a political rebirth.
The UN's World Humanitiarian Summit came up empty-handed.
Elizabeth Cullen Dunn
Suddenly conservatives want us to believe they care about homophobia.
Edward Snowden’s actions can be justified, but not as civil disobedience.
The West likes morality plays with clear heroes and villains, in which we play the role of savior.
Democratic forces persist amid brutal regime violence and sectarian conflict.
Elizabeth Shakman Hurd
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Kevin P. Donovan, Emma Park
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