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Murtaza Hussain is a journalist whose work focuses on national security, foreign policy, and human rights. His work has previously been featured in the New York Times, The Guardian, and Al Jazeera English.
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Not only do conflicts leave a poisoned landscape in their wake, but the U.S. military has a larger carbon footprint than most countries on earth.
A 1990s campaign to change a Balkan nation’s demographics through murder and expulsion is regarded by the far right as a model to celebrate.
The change to Kashmir’s status as an autonomous state, which both India and Pakistan lay claim to, comes after an unexpected lockdown in the province.
The Supreme Court declined to hear the case of Moath al-Alwi, in which the government has made some eyebrow-raising claims about detention and rendition.
The writer Heshmat Alavi pushes regime change in Iran. But an MEK defector says the controversial, exiled opposition group created the persona.