A film followed by a discussion on one of the only two issues standing in the way of the normalization in U.S.-Cuban relations.
The Institute for Policy Studies proudly joins endorsers of an historic visit and speaking engagement with Kenia Serrano Puig, President of the Cuban Institute for Friendship with the Peoples (ICAP) and Parliamentarian in Cuba’s National Assembly.
Join and participate in presentations, performances, and discussions about completing the normalization of relations between the U.S. and Cuba and how you can help make it final.
As the Guantanamo hunger strike widens, the president deflects blame.
Sooner or later, if citizens are going to support further wars and impingements on their own civil liberties, they need red meat.
Prison Narratives Summer Lecture Series invites you to a panel discussion about U.S. involvement in international terrorism and the imprisonment of freedom fighters, featuring IPS’ Netfa Freeman.
The NDAA will only provide more legal cover for the executive branch to further undermine habeas corpus.
The Obama administration promised to reverse the Bush-era policies on terrorism. But the president has spent most of his time reversing himself.
The plight of Guantanamo detainees is in jeopardy of being eclipsed and rationalized by Osama bin Laden’s death.
Ironically, relaxing the rules for a troubled young Guantanamo detainee facilitated his suicide.
Jihadists see a window of opportunity in Libya.
American officials have been slow to recognize and treat mental health disorders in Guantanamo detainees.
Two years later, President Obama hasn’t kept his promise to shut the Guantanamo prison.
Almost two years after President Obama promised to close Guantanamo, unnamed administration officials are predicting that the prison will remain open “for the foreseeable future.”
The government’s case was based largely on Omar Khadr’s own self-incriminating statements, even though he made them after being tortured.