Thursday, January 20, 2022

‘A storm has hit my life’: the Kashmiri families torn apart by mass arrests

By Azhar Farooq and Rebecca Ratcliffe, The Guardian, August 2019 There was only one knock at the door before police officers entered Tanveer Sheikh’s home. Armed men climbed through the...

The FBI spends a lot of time spying on black Americans

By Alice Speri, The Intercept, October 2019 The FBI has come under intense criticism after a 2017 leak exposed that its counterterrorism division had invented a new, unfounded domestic terrorism category...

Constitutional amendments and stop Soros: shifting illiberalism into higher gear in Hungary

by Political Capital Policy Research & Consulting Institute, June 2018 After gaining a two-thirds majority in the parliament for the third consecutive term, Hungary's Prime Minister Orbán continues establishing his authoritarian...

Is journalist-murdering Saudi Arabia your next cell phone provider?

by David Wade, The Observer, October 2018 Last year, BlackRock’s Larry Fink penned the investor letter heard around the world. In it, he stated: “Society is demanding that companies, both public and private,...

Texas GOP members demand removal of practicing Muslim leader

by Colin Kalmbacher, Law and Crime, December 2018 The Republican Party of Texas is riven with fractures and infighting as a local branch attempts to remove a Muslim man from his...