Shilpa Jindia is a freelance journalist and researcher whose work covers conflict, security and impunity in the U.S. and abroad.
Collapse of USS Cole Bombing Case Marks Another Failure for Guantánamo’s Military Courts
Without the political will to move Guantánamo detainees to federal courts, the case against Abd al-Rahim al-Nashiri will drag on for many more years.
Psychologists Vote Not to Return to Guantánamo Amid Heated Debate Over Torture Legacy
The American Psychological Association continues to be roiled by controversy over its involvement with the war on terror.
As Eight Guantánamo Detainees Ask for Freedom, the Trump Administration Says It Could Hold Them For 100 Years
The men have been at Guantánamo up to 16 years with no trial or charges, and lawyers say the war on terror justification for their detention has expired.
Secret Surveillance and the Legacy of Torture Have Paralyzed the USS Cole Bombing Trial at Guantánamo
The collapse of the trial of Abd al-Rahim al-Nashiri offers a dive into the murky world of justice at Guantánamo, governed by public apathy and secrecy.