How Elite Advertisers Shaped British Politics
The way the UK understands and relates to political parties during election time has been controlled by the creative elite for the last 40 years.
British Government Says It Did Not Operate 'System' of Abuse in Colonial Kenya
The UK maintains it did not kill or torture Kenyans in the '50s, but claims that even if it had, modern-day Britain can't be held responsible.
A Detainee Claims There's a New Crackdown on Prisoners at Guantanamo
In a letter to his lawyers, a longtime detainee alleges that Gitmo inmates have recently been subjected to beatings by a team of guards.
Can We Stop Rape from Being Used as a Weapon of War?
I spoke to a rape survivor working towards that lofty goal at last week's Global Summit to End Sexual Violence in Conflict in London.
Ukrainian Officials Really Don’t Seem to Have Any Authority in Eastern Ukraine
Kiev officials got a little desperate as another ultimatum passed, and separatists took over more buildings in eastern Ukraine.
Politicians Discuss Crimean Peace as Protests Continue in Ukraine
Leaders from Russia, Ukraine, Europe, and the US met in Paris to discuss ending the conflict in Crimea.