Mike Pompeo gives Saudi Crown Prince Muhammed bin Nayef the George Tenet award for his 'counter-terrorism' work.
by Hamid Dabashi
Occupy Wall Street
by Fault Lines
Fault Lines14 Sep 2016 05:53 GMT
Victims of the CIA's brutal interrogation programme speak out about torture and its effect on their lives.
Syria's Civil War30 Jul 2016 10:02 GMT
John Brennan fears it may be impossible to save Syria from partition, amid conflict in which nearly 400,000 have died.
Syria's Civil War26 Jun 2016 23:11 GMT
CIA plan to arm Syrian rebels undermined by theft of weapons by Jordanian intelligence agents, officials say.
US & Canada17 Jun 2016 07:01 GMT
ISIL has tens of thousands of fighters and retains ability to conduct attacks around the world, CIA director warns.
Guantanamo Bay 17 Jun 2016 04:17 GMT
Alleged 20th September 11 attacks hijacker asks review board for freedom as the US admits his torture at naval prison.
Special series25 Apr 2016 13:11 GMT
From drone operators to strike victims, we examine the impact of remote-controlled killing and the future of warfare.
Human Rights23 Apr 2016 05:39 GMT
Torture survivors sue psychologists who designed programme described as brutal, physically harmful and not effective.
UpFront02 Apr 2016 11:39 GMT
Michael Hayden refuses to call waterboarding "torture" and defends the use of signature drone strikes.
UpFront02 Apr 2016 08:53 GMT
We talk to ex-CIA and NSA Director Michael Hayden, and ask Bangladesh's deputy FM if the country has an ISIL problem.
UpFront01 Apr 2016 22:20 GMT
The former NSA director stands by his comment that Edward Snowden is a defector.
Donald Trump29 Mar 2016 17:12 GMT
Michael Hayden says Republican candidate's campaign comments are widening the divide between Islam and the West.
UpFront29 Mar 2016 15:18 GMT
Michael Hayden also believes Hillary Clinton's emails may have been hacked.
Guantanamo Bay 11 Feb 2016 06:49 GMT
Rights group says abuse inflicted on Guantanamo detainee has led to medical problems that have been ignored.
Hacking24 Oct 2015 13:34 GMT
John Brennan's compromised email demonstrates how even hi-tech superpowers can be bested by unsophisticated hackers.
US & Canada23 Oct 2015 18:22 GMT
University of Washington's Center for Human Rights is suing the CIA for information on abuses in El Salvador.
by Hamid Dabashi
by Jonathan Hafetz
by Danielle Celermajer
by Rachel Shabi
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