Tag: Cora Currier
The government’s tally of civilian deaths, and guidelines on who can be targeted, just to name a few.
A dispatch from the conference of the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems.
The Obama administration helped kill a push for transparency on military aid.
The U.S. military’s lessons in recent history.
Does the U.S. pay families when drones kill innocent Yemenis?
Questions about U.S. war crimes go unanswered.
The U.S. is at war with Al Qaeda and “associated forces.” But the government won’t say who those forces are.
Has anything happened since?
A rundown on what’s going on at Gitmo.
Concerns about the breaches are causing delays to long-awaited hearings.
What happened to the victims of the US secret prisons and extraordinary renditions?
The president has exercised his pardoning power less frequently than his four immediate predecessors.
How exactly does the U.S. government define ‘militant activity’?
Most drone strikes are directed at unidentified targets—not U.S. citizens or known Al Qaeda leaders—with murky justification.
Long after the US government claims to have shut down its secret prisons, detainees remain unaccounted for.
What constitutes ‘necessary and appropriate force’?
The U.S. is conducting drone strikes in at least three countries beyond Iraq and Afghanistan. Here’s a reading guide to understanding the our shadow wars.
Everything you need to know about Congress and the NDAA.
Major corporations refuse to go beyond voluntary disaster preparations.
Even in death, the travails of Adnan Farhan Abdul Latif aren’t over.
|Obama says he is protecting whistleblowers, but that might not apply to the people who are turning an eye on his government.|