The administration has discussed warehousing refugee children at the notorious prison.
For prisoners on hunger strike, the Trump administration looks prepared to let them die.
The abuse of Omar Khadr shows that Islamophobia drives the War on Terror.
The U.S. hasn’t agreed to resettle any of its own torture victims, much less offered any other form of accountability.
Sami al-Hajj, an Al Jazeera cameraman held at Guantanamo Bay for six years, was detained because of his “intelligence value” rather than any alleged wrongdoing.
Juveniles at Guantanamo: unlawfully apprehended and unlawfully detained.
WikiLeaks reveals that Adil Bin Hamlili was a murderous double agent for the Taliban and the West.
WikiLeaks reveals that Guantanamo detainee Abu Zubaydah is mentally ill and was rejected by al Qaeda.
American officials have been slow to recognize and treat mental health disorders in Guantanamo detainees.
U.S. human rights groups reacted angrily to the Justice Department’s announcement Monday that the self-acclaimed mastermind of the 9/11 attacks will be tried before a military commission at the Guantanamo detention facility in Cuba.
Repeal of DADT came with a catch.
On his first day in office, President Barack Obama promised that he would close the Bush-era prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, “as soon as practicable” and “no later than one year from the date of this order.”
Activist Bryan Farrell expected be put in jail for standing up for the rights of prisoners at Guantanamo. What he didn’t expect was 30 hours of imprisonment, the realization that this was nothing compared to those in Guantanamo, and the sense of solidarity with the 82 other activists who decided to stand up for human rights.
The heart of the municipal foreign policy movement remains the opposition to the Iraq War.