Investigating the assassination of former Pakistani prime minister Benazir Bhutto, the UN lead commissioner recalls the surveillance and corruption that obstructed his team’s search for answers.
Are we in the midst of a fundamental geopolitical shift?
Richard Falk considers how he came to find himself so drawn to the Palestinian cause.
Jabati Mambu, a Sierra Leonean severely wounded in the civil war, watches as the Hague hands down a war crimes verdict.
Why tragedy and impotence mark the struggle in Syria.
The trial of Charles Taylor highlights Western hypocrisy with regard to international human rights law.
Why the international search for the new head of the World Bank was a charade.
“The only long-term way that the terrorist threat will be neutralized is to improve human dignity, and shore up failed states like Afghanistan, like Darfur, so that they don’t become a breeding ground for more people hostile to the United States.”