The Death of Osama bin Laden: An Interview with John Feffer

We have persuaded ourselves that we’re in control, even in this last act of extrajudicial killing. But even here, bin Laden has managed to glorify himself at our expense.

A Convenient Refuge: Review of “Will The Real Terrorist Please Stand Up”

The new film by IPS fellow Saul Landau is an effective and at times chilling portrait of one of the last Cold War conflicts still playing out.

Video: Reflections on Islamophobia

The Institute for Policy Studies takes you inside Congressman Peter King’s first hearing on the “extent of radicalization in the American Muslim community” held on March 10, 2011 and looks further at the issue of Islamophobia.

A Short Response to the Tragedy in Tucson

Phyllis Bennis and Karen Dolan offer a few words about the tragic shooting of nineteen people in Tucson, AZ that left six dead and United States Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords in critical condition.

    Reflections on Islamophobia

    AlterNet | April 19, 2011