Stories by Karen J. Greenberg

Karen J. Greenberg, a TomDispatch regular, is the director of the Center on National Security at Fordham Law School and author of The Least Worst Place: Guantánamo’s First 100 Days. Her latest book, Rogue Justice: The Making of the Security State (Crown Publishers), will be published in May. Andrew Dalack, a research fellow at the Center on National Security, helped with this article. subscribe to Karen J. Greenberg's feed

Posted on: Jun 19, 2017, Source: TomDispatch

Life in the age of grief.

Posted on: Mar 3, 2017, Source: TomDispatch

Sixteen years and two presidents later, America won't close the prison.

Posted on: Oct 2, 2016, Source: TomDispatch

The lessons we should have learned from post-9/11 government overreach.

Posted on: Apr 19, 2016, Source: Tom Dispatch

The military and congress remain committed to preserving a terrible relic of the Bush presidency.

Posted on: Apr 27, 2014, Source: Tom Dispatch

Will Americans even care that the torture policy was carried out knowingly, in utter illegality?

Posted on: Oct 21, 2012, Source: TomDispatch

How fear of cyber attack could take down your liberties and the Constitution.

Posted on: Apr 1, 2011, Source:

How "enemy creep" is Guantanamo-izing America.

Posted on: Aug 26, 2005, Source:

In 2003, military lawyers told the Bush administration that torturing prisoners was the surest way to create more terrorists. The administration refused to listen. i

Posted on: Mar 16, 2005, Source:

The Bush administration's legal battle with terrorism is over-hyped, ineffective, and suggests a deep contempt of human rights and the law.

Posted on: Jan 11, 2005, Source:

Here are the real questions Congress should ask the secretary of defense about torture policies.