New York Times Makes Glaring Error About Iraq War — Then Corrects It Incorrectly
Two decades after its catastrophic failure on Iraq, the Times still can’t get basic facts straight.
Thieves Rip Off U.S. Weapons as Shadow War in Syria Escalates
Groups from ISIS to the Taliban have armed themselves — and even killed Americans and their foreign partners — at U.S. taxpayer expense.
VoicesProtect the Israeli Judiciary — but Don’t Let It Launder War Crimes Against Palestinians
Protesters are hailing Israeli courts as the last bulwark of democracy, but democracy for whom?
Elon Musk’s Twitter Widens Its Censorship of Modi’s Critics
Two months ago, Musk said he was too busy to look into his company’s role in mass censorship in India. It’s only gotten worse.
After Tide of Memoirs From Americans, an Iraqi Journalist Offers Inside Account of War’s Destruction
“A nation can’t be bombed, humiliated and sanctioned, then bombed again, and then told to become a democracy,” writes Ghaith Abdul-Ahad.