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.
Israeli Forces Deliberately Killed Palestinian American Journalist, Report Shows
A new forensic analysis proves that an Israeli sniper could see that Shireen Abu Akleh was a journalist before firing the bullet that killed her.
Losing AfghanistanTelling Afghanistan’s Stories — in Their Own Words
Over four episodes, three Afghan exiles describe their experiences and those of others who tried to leave when the U.S. military pulled out of Afghanistan a year ago.
U.S. Military Aid to Ukraine Grows to Historic Proportions — Along With Risks
Ukraine is on track to become the largest recipient of U.S military assistance in the last century. But questions surround the policy.
“We Felt Like Hostages”: Ukrainians Describe Forcible Transfers and Filtration by Russian Forces
A report from Human Rights Watch documents Russia’s deportation and screening of Ukrainians but cautions that the full extent is not yet known.