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Inside JobWhy American vet Elliott Ackerman wrote about insider attacks from the Afghan perspective in his novel, Green on Blue.
The Universal Allure of WarHow the enhanced emotional experience of combat takes hold in conflict zones.
“Violence Against Women Is the Foreigners’ Fault”What happens to Afghan women when the U.S. military pulls out?
“They’re Freebasing the Crystal Meth of Purpose”Why the pull of war is so strong for soldiers (and journalists) in combat zones.
Judge Denies Legal Personhood to Chimps—for Now LGBTQ cases show that rights are not defined by who exercised them in the past.
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What Happens When We Get It Wrong? Slate’s Corrections Czar Talks About Our Policy on Errors and Typos.
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