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US double standards on human rights are encouraging other states to follow suit.
International media attention on the mass hunger strikes last spring propelled Guantanamo back onto the radar.
Despite false starts in the past, there appears to be real momentum behind new efforts to reform Guantanamo policies.
The Oscar-nominated film Zero Dark Thirty is misleading at best when it comes to the use of torture.
Returning to military government and repressing opposition will only further deepen Guatemala’s problems, writes Hafetz.
Guantanamo is no longer a prison outside the law, but remains a prison without justice, writes Hafetz.
Judicial review of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act amendment is important in reclaiming civil liberties.
The trial of Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and four others should have been prosecuted in a federal court.
The decision to throw out Jose Padilla's suit threatens the core freedoms guaranteed to US citizens by the constitution.
Jonathan Hafetz discusses the three stages of Guantanamo's life as the 'flagship prison' in the 'war on terror'.
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Mehdi Hasan discusses online freedoms and the potential of the web with Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales.
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An in-depth look at Egypt's ongoing political crisis.