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Strategic Violations: The Outsourcing of Human Rights Abuses
by Neve Gordon
Despite a well-developed system of regulations as well as the unpopularity of human rights abuses, many nations and corporations have nonetheless found ways around accountability, outsourcing human rights abuses to domestic companies and foreign factories.
Facing the Failures of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty Regime
by David Krieger and Devon Chaffee
The Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty has been continuously undermined and weakened in recent years, primarily by the United States, provoking nations without nuclear weapons to start developing them. Nuclear weapons states need to be held accountable to the treaty.
The Need for Full Recognition of Same-Sex Marriage
by Charlene Gomes
In light of the recent developments in Canada and the U.S. Supreme Court—and from the standpoint of basic nondiscriminatory civil rights—it is high time that the United States fully legalize same-sex marriages. (Read Article in PDF)
The Common Currents of Imperialism
by Gregory Shafer
The recent U.S. war on Iraq has been justified as an act of benevolence, paralleling the rationale used during the early twentieth century U.S. invasion and occupation of the Philippines. This supports the view that U.S. activity in Iraq is imperialistic.
The Issue At Hand
Letters to the Editor
Church and State: