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by ALISON WEIR

In Defense of Academic Freedom

by GARY LEUPP

More Muscular Interventionism

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Co-Owning the War

by ROBERT FANTINA

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Chronicle of a Chaos Foretold

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A Tunisian in Guantánamo

by ANDY WORTHINGTON

Things Can Be Different

by ROBERT WEISSMAN

Facing an Imminent Threat of Expulsion

by EHUD KRINIS, DAVID SHULMAN And NEVE GORDON

The Torture Academy

by ELIANA MONTEFORTE

Boycotting DePaul

by KATHRYN WEBBER

A Congress of Neville Chamberlains

by DAVID MICHAEL GREEN

The Big Profits in Biowarfare Research

by SHERWOOD ROSS

An Encounter in Albania

by CHRISTOPHER BRAUCHLI

It Won’t Come from Agricultural Theme Parks

by RICHARD RHAMES

The West Chooses Fatah, But Palestinians Don’t

by SAREE MAKDISI

Who Among Us Will Step Up to Destroy the Democratic Party?

by MICHAEL J. SMITH

The Day of the Rope

by PETER LINEBAUGH

The Intimidation of a Vet

by RON JACOBS

Blessed Unrest

by JOHN STAUBER

The Regents and Ward Churchill

by NATSU SAITO

Fox News and Venezuela

by SCOTT LIEBERTZ

The Ghost Prisoners

by TOM CLIFFORD

Fuel Crisis Sparks Mass Protests

by JEB SPRAGUE

A Direction Not a Destination

by ROBERT JENSEN

Supreme Injustices

by MARGARET KIMBERLEY

Repatriated to Torture

by ANDY WORTHINGTON

The Human Tragedy

by ROBERT WEISSMAN

The Light at the End of the Gaza-Ramallah Tunnel

by OMAR BARGHOUTI

Meltdowns or Solar Power?

by RUSSELL HOFFMAN

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