Alice Speri writes about U.S. foreign policy, abuses by military and security forces, and the repression of dissent. She has reported from Palestine, Haiti, El Salvador, Colombia, and across the United States. She is originally from Italy and lives in the Bronx.
Biden Moves Ahead on Trump Plan to Build Israel Embassy on Stolen Palestinian Land
Objections from the land’s rightful owners — including U.S. citizens — are going unacknowledged by the administration.
“We’re Coming for You”: Italy’s Neofascists Target Journalists as They Assume Power
Italy’s new prime minister, Giorgia Meloni, has inspired a surge of far-right threats and attacks against journalists and critics.
“Tantura” Exposes the Lie at the Heart of Israel’s Founding Myth
A new documentary challenges Israel’s narrative about 1948 and the forced displacement of Palestinians.
Israeli Raids in the West Bank Push Palestinians to Brink Again
Blockades and closures have further isolated Palestinians in the occupied territory. As Israeli attacks intensify, so does talk of a new uprising.