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by: Glenn Greenwald 2010-7-4
In response to the Harvard study documenting how newspapers labeled waterboarding as "torture" for almost 100 years until the Bush administration told them not to, The New York Times issued a statementjustifying this behavior on the ground that it did not want to take sides in the debate...

by: Gary Kamiya 2009-6-5
It was the most important speech of Barack Obama’s young presidency. And he delivered big-time...

by: Gary Kamiya 2009-3-22
Trying to figure out what Barack Obama intends to do in the Middle East is like trying to read the leaves in a cup of tea stirred by Jackson Pollock. For every signal Obama has given that he intends to break decisively with Bush’s failed approach to the Middle East, he has given another that indicates he plans to simply give the same policies a fresh coat of paint...

by: Glenn Greenwald 2008-11-24
At Democracy Arsenal, Shadi Hamid makes the reasonable (though, to me, not entirely persuasive) point that foreign policy viewpoints are not conducive to "left-right" labeling because, for many key debates, there is no discernible "left" and "right" position. Andrew Sullivan agrees with Hamdi’s point and writes:..

2008-9-8
McCain pledged to work for peace based on "the transformative ideals on which we were founded." Tolerance and democracy require freedom of speech and the press, but while mayor of Wasilla, Alaska, Palin inquired of the local librarian how to go about banning books that some of her constituents thought contained inappropriate language. She tried to fire the librarian for defying her. Book banning is common to fundamentalisms around the world, and the mind-set Palin displayed did not dif..

by: Juan Cole 2008-5-28
May 28, 2008 | Not long ago, the John McCain campaign dropped a prominent Arab-American businessman from its Michigan state finance committee because of allegations that the man was an "agent" of Hezbollah...

by: Mark Benjamin 2007-9-26
"Iraq is becoming one of the United States’ larger foreign military sales customers," Petraeus told the Senate Armed Services Committee on Sept. 11, noting that Iraq has inked deals to buy $1.6 billion in arms from the U.S.,..

by: Sidney Blumenthal, Salon 2006-8-4
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