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The chemical weapons ban should have been made universal years ago.
The cause of Camus's native countrymen moved him, yet he yearned helplessly toward the European culture that had formed him.
Elizabeth Anderson visits Stanford's Center for Ethics in Society to discuss objections to slavery and their implications for our understanding of equality.
Elizabeth Anderson discusses her Wesson Lecture on slavery, emancipation and equality with BR Co-Editor Joshua Cohen and historian David Hollinger.
Elizabeth Anderson, Joshua Cohen, David Hollinger
An interview with activist Peter Tatchell
The Russian dissident poet Kirill Medvedev struggles to craft a new left that is independent of the history of the Soviet Union.
When two scientists discover a book looted by the Nazis, they seek out the rightful heir and in the process explore the reparations process of early postwar days.
Karin Andert, Niko Kohls
Photo: Courtesy of Herman's House
Alongside the death penalty, we have invented a new form
While the Supreme Court’s decisions on same-sex marriage have caused
Mary Lyndon Shanley
Above: Restraint chair used for forced enteral feeding at Guantánamo Bay / Wikimedia
President George W. Bush signs the USA Patriot Act into law, October 26, 2001 (White
Richard M. Locke visits Brown's Watson Institute to discuss the ideas from his recent forum essay Can Global Brands Create Just Supply Chains?
Richard M. Locke
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Bram Wispelwey, Michelle Morse
Robin Dembroff, Dee Payton
Noam Chomsky, David Barsamian
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