Good, Evil, and the Unfortunate Case of Majid Khan

Written by: Graham Brown In a remarkable rebuke of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), eight military jurors decried their handling of former Al-Qaeda courier Majid Khan as a “stain on the moral fiber of America.” When hearing Khan—who is the first Guantanamo Bay prisoner to publicly detail his abuse—tell his story, it is a remarkable…

A Broad Look at Angela Merkel’s Legacy

Written by: Graham Brown After a razor-thin German parliamentary election in September that left more questions than answers, one thing is known: whoever is in charge, it will not be the “Queen of Europe.” As Angela Merkel exits stage right following an unprecedented sixteen-year reign, she leaves behind a more powerful European Union, an unchecked…