In Chile, Even Water Is Privatized. The New Constitution Would Change That.
In the midst of a devastating drought, Chileans vote to replace the Pinochet-era constitution with one that calls water a human right.
Americans Rarely See the True Face of Israel’s Bombing of Gaza
By shying away from graphic images of death, news organizations sanitize the violence of Israeli aggression against Palestinians.
Why Is the UAE Detaining an American Lawyer Who Worked With Jamal Khashoggi?
The D.C. narrative holds that Asim Ghafoor was locked up for being Khashoggi’s lawyer. The slain journalist’s widow says he wasn’t.
VoicesAl Qaeda’s Zawahiri Would Have Made a Great American Pundit
Zawahiri’s rhetorical style would have fit right into the U.S. political spectrum.
The 9/11 WarsWhy No One Cared That Al Qaeda Honcho Zawahiri Got Droned
That Zawahiri’s killing went so quietly suggests that the cultural and political behemoth that was the war on terror had long preceded him into the grave.