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‘Guantánamo Diary,’ by Mohamedou Ould Slahi
The New York Times   |   January 20, 2015
To Heal Haiti, Look to History, Not Nature
The New York Times   |   January 21, 2010
Tales from Torture's Dark World
The New York Times   |   March 15, 2009   |   WEEK IN REVIEW
Weapons of Mass Destruction and Other Imaginative Acts
The New York Times   |   August 27, 2008   |   BOOK REVIEW
We Are All Torturers Now
The New York Times   |   January 06, 2005   |   OP-ED ESSAY
A Doctrine Left Behind
The New York Times   |   November 21, 2004   |   OP-ED ESSAY
The Struggles of Democracy and Empire
The New York Times   |   October 08, 2002   |   OP-ED ESSAY
The Battlefield in the American Mind
The New York Times   |   October 16, 2001   |   OP-ED ESSAY
Members of the Club
The New York Times   |   April 04, 1999   |   BOOK REVIEW
To Haiti, With Love and Squalor
The New York Times   |   August 11, 1991   |   BOOK REVIEW
Rescuing a Tattered Word--'liberal'
The New York Times   |   January 08, 1989   |   BOOK REVIEW
Leaving Others to Tell the Tale
The New York Times   |   July 17, 1988   |   BOOK REVIEW
Professing the Past, Debating the Present
The New York Times   |   October 25, 1987   |   BOOK REVIEW
Mass Culture, Elitist Art
The New York Times   |   July 19, 1987   |   BOOK REVIEW
Novels Rented By Night
The New York Times   |   June 07, 1987   |   BOOK REVIEW
A World Without Nuclear Weapons?
The New York Times   |   April 05, 1987   |   ESSAY
The Kremlin and the West: A Realistic Approach
The New York Times   |   January 25, 1987   |   BOOK REVIEW
Though Duvalier Is Gone, Haiti Still Needs Help
The New York Times   |   May 09, 1986   |   OP-ED ESSAY
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