The Institute for Policy Studies teams up with Naked Edge Films other co-sponsors on a screening about three National Security whistleblowers who fought to reveal the darkest corners of America’s war on terror, challenging a government that is increasingly determined to maintain secrecy.
“It’s a rather shocking level of authorization to go to war anywhere in the world for as long as you want, against whoever you say, without any checks and balances,” she says.
The Institute for Policy Studies and WOLA invite you to a forum to analyze “Lessons from the Past Four Decades” to help guide the next generation’s fighs for justice.
The Institute for Policy Studies is proud of the art and activism of our Foreign Policy In Focus project director, John Feffer, as he presents his new dark comedy play on is a dark comedy about surveillance and interrogation, starting July 10th.
Join the Institute for Policy Studies, and Alliance for Justice for a reception with sneek previewing of the film about lawyer, writer, art lover and South African freedom fighter, Albie Sachs.
Would you recognize a torturer if you saw one?
New revelations about the U.S. torture regime require new responses.
Exactly what is waterboarding a prisoner 83 — or 183 — times supposed to accomplish?
After the fact, torture can only be dealt with by staring directly into the nightmare that changed us.
Prosecution is an effective cure for torture.
Concerted action by the international community appears to be the only recourse
It’s a family tradition.
William Shawcross was on board with the Bush administration’s counterterrorism policies.
Presidential candidates are praising it. Former administration officials are defending it. Will the United States backtrack on torture?
A new collection of source documents shows that torture is nothing new in American history.