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Ian Williams

Ian Williams is the president of the Foreign Press Association in the United States. He is a United Nations correspondent and the author of UNtold: The Real Story of the United Nations as well as an associate professor at the Bard Center for Globalization and International Affairs.

Remembering Robert Fisk

Robert Fisk was a rare voice in journalism who told the truth about the West’s role in the world and challenged its power. His death leaves a void that is unlikely to be filled in today’s media environment.

Britain’s Chagos Shame

Britain’s continued occupation of the Chagos Islands, and refusal to allow its exiled natives a right of return, is a scandal. While it continues, the government can claim no moral authority on the international stage.