Iran Struggles With Food Security Amid Sanctions

by Austin Bodetti As Iran wrestles with devastating economic sanctions imposed after the United States’ withdrawal from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, the news media has highlighted the impact on Iran’s economy as a whole, noting predictions by the… Continue Reading  

“Never Again,” Yet Again and Again

by Henry Siegman It is well over half a century since the Nazi perpetrators of the Holocaust were tried in Nuremburg, and a decade and a half since the International Criminal Court was launched following the crimes committed in Rwanda and… Continue Reading  

On 18th Anniversary of 9/11, Media Worry About ‘Premature’ End to Afghan War

by Joshua Cho On the 18th anniversary of the September 11 attacks, the illegal US occupation of Afghanistan continues as the longest overseas war in American history. Although President Donald Trump recently declared that peace negotiations over the withdrawal of… Continue Reading  

The Systemic Problem of “Iran Expertise” in Washington

This piece was originally published at Jadaliyya as part of the launch of their new Iran Page and is excerpted and republished here with permission. Congratulations to Jadaliyya on the new venture! by Negar Razavi In this piece, I want… Continue Reading  

“The Pain Remains”: The Living Literature of War

by Nick Turse Do you remember July 8, 2011? Where you were? What you did? Whom you talked to? Anything at all? I couldn’t pin down one single thing for that day. I couldn’t even locate an email I had sent… Continue Reading