Murtaza Hussain is a reporter at The Intercept who focuses on national security and foreign policy. He has appeared on CNN, BBC, MSNBC, and other news outlets.
Contra a Billionaire Bro: Why We Should Care About China’s Rights Violations in Xinjiang
Even hypocritical criticisms exchanged by superpowers can do good. Over the last century, history shows that they have.
New Novel Glimpses the Dangers Facing the Impending “Asian Century”
Pankaj Mishra’s “Run and Hide” shows how Asia’s ascendance will not be any less chaotic than that of the West.
The Silence — or Worse — of Human Rights Hawks on U.S. Sanctions Against Afghanistan
When opposing the withdrawal from Afghanistan, D.C. hawks crowed about human rights. With U.S. sanctions causing starvation? Not so much.
Julian Assange on Brink of Extradition to U.S.
The judgment on Friday puts Assange at greater risk than ever of facing trial for espionage charges that have alarmed press freedom advocates.