Articles tagged with war-and-national-security

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Nasser Hussain

Can a colonialist strategy be reinvented?

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Nir Rosen

What changed in Iraq.

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Tara McKelvey

Is religion an obstacle to treatment?

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Evgeny Morozov

The exaggerated fears over digital warfare.

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Abbas Milani

Iran’s crisis offers an opportunity for real change.

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Mark Dow

We must focus on the laws that continue to put so many noncitizens— including legal residents —into detention and deportation proceedings.

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David Cole

We need to find a way to address serious and legitimate security concerns without the overkill of a general system of preventive detention for suspected terrorists. 

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Barnett R. Rubin

Afghan elites face a corrosive past.

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Elaine Scarry

It is only by addressing torture through legal instruments—not simply through the electoral repudiation of bad policy—that the grave and widespread damage stands a chance of being repaired.

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Stephen John Stedman

John Bolton will turn U.S. foreign policy back to the unilateralism of Bush’s first term, when the war on terror meant never having to say you’re sorry.