Cole Stangler is a Paris-based journalist covering politics and labor issues. His work has appeared in outlets such as The Nation, Jacobin, Foreign Policy, The Guardian, and the Washington Post.
Morocco’s Intelligence Apparatus Fuels a Crackdown on Dissent
Dozens of Moroccan journalists were listed as potential targets of NSO Group’s Pegasus spyware — just one instrument in the kingdom’s expanding surveillance toolbox.
U.S. Sanctions Blamed as Venezuela Laments Frozen Order for Medicine
One of Portugal’s largest banks is holding up a $12.7 million order to fund shipment of medical supplies and vaccines to Venezuela.
The Coronavirus CrisisU.S. Sanctions on Cuba and Venezuela Hamper the Global Fight Against Covid-19
Critics say the sanctions undermine U.S. ambitions to vaccinate the world, while new polling shows a clear majority favors a policy change.