Jeremy Scahill, The Intercept

Jeremy Scahill

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Past articles by Jeremy:

The Disturbing Groupthink Over the War in Ukraine

At this dangerous moment, with threats of nuclear conflict looming, we need a vigorous debate about U.S. policy toward Russia and Ukraine. → Read More

The U.S. Has Its Own Agenda Against Russia

Ukraine is ground zero for the expansion of the U.S.-Russia proxy war. → Read More

Drone Whistleblower Daniel Hale Is a Truth-Teller in a Time of Systemic Deceit and Lethal Secrecy

Hale should be pardoned and released, and the government should pay him restitution. → Read More

Why Biden Is Right to Leave Afghanistan

Scahill writes: When Joe Biden assumed the presidency in January, he embarked on a mission to reverse a slew of policies put in place by former President Donald Trump while leaving untouched the elite foreign policy consensus. → Read More

Scholar Robin D.G. Kelley on How Today’s Abolitionist Movement Can Fundamentally Change the Country

On this week’s episode of Intercepted, Robin D.G. Kelley discussed the concept of racial capitalism and the current movement for police abolition. → Read More

With Suleimani Assassination, Trump Is Doing the Bidding of Washington’s Most Vile Cabal

There’s no justification for assassinating foreign officials, including Qassim Suleimani. This is an aggressive act of war by the United States. → Read More

Pox Americana: Vijay Prashad on Venezuela, India, Mexico, Congo, and U.S. Hegemony

This week on Intercepted, historian and journalist Vijay Prashad discussed the state of imperialism around the world. → Read More

The Counterinsurgency Paradigm: How U.S. Politics Have Become Paramilitarized

We spoke to Bernard Harcourt about his latest book, “The Counterrevolution,” and what makes the Trump presidency unique. → Read More

An Interview With Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, the Young Democratic Socialist Who Just Shocked the Establishment

We spoke with Ocasio-Cortez last month about her grassroots start, immigration, the #MeToo movement, and foreign policy on the Intercepted podcast. → Read More

Allan Nairn on How Trump Dragged a Rightist Revolution to Power

The anti-authoritarian journalist analyzes the mainstreaming of the radical right, the widening wars at home and abroad, and the urgency of fighting back. → Read More

Blacklisted Academic Norman Finkelstein on Gaza, “the World’s Largest Concentration Camp”

The son of holocaust survivors talks about war crimes, “cowardly” Israel, possible war with Iran, and his new book, “Gaza: An Inquest into its Martyrdom.” → Read More

U.S. Navy Reserve Doctor on Gina Haspel Torture Victim: “One of the Most Severely Traumatized Individuals I Have Ever Seen”

A doctor and Naval reserve officer who examined a high-profile prisoner tortured under Haspel's supervision urged the Senate to oppose her nomination as CIA director. → Read More

Arundhati Roy: “I Need to Know the Place Where I Stand and Why I Stand There”

The famed writer talks about Gandhi's dark history, Donald Trump, Kashmir, her new novel "The Ministry of Utmost Happiness," and what it means to resist. → Read More

Video: A Brief History of U.S. Intervention in Iraq Over the Past Half Century

To understand Iraq’s current reality, we must confront not just 15 years of U.S. policy, but a history that spans the administrations of 11 U.S. presidents. → Read More

The Radical Imagination of Eve Ewing

The “Electric Arches” author talks about being a public school science teacher, the white CIA operative in "Black Panther," guns, Chicago and much more. → Read More

Bonus Intercepted Podcast: Mat Johnson Talks “Incognegro,” Guns, Black Panther, and Growing Up in Philadelphia

Host Jeremy Schaill talks to acclaimed novelist Mat Johnson, who created a biracial hero who goes undercover to solve crimes against black people. → Read More

Bonus Intercepted Podcast: The Laundering of American Empire

In an extended Intercepted interview, NYU professor Nikhil Singh challenges us all to examine both the forrest and the trees of American Empire. → Read More

Revolutionary Musical Artist Seun Kuti Carries Fela’s Afrobeat Torch Into a New Era

Like his father, Seun Kuti describes himself as a revolutionary and he is a fierce critic of the corruption of Nigeria's rulers and the U.S. and transnational corporations that prop them up. → Read More

Leading Marxist Scholar David Harvey on Trump, Wall Street, and Debt Peonage

Professor Harvey is one of the leading Marxist thinkers in the world and a leading authority on Marx’s “Das Kapital,” which turned 150 years old late last year. → Read More

Trump White House Weighing Plans for Private Spies to Counter “Deep State” Enemies

Blackwater founder Erik Prince, a former CIA paramilitary officer, and Oliver North want to make 80s-style covert action great again. → Read More