Browsing Category: Op-ed article

Men in Black at Kha Maung Seik, A Massacre BY Rohingya? – PART II of the series “Fake News & Massacre Marketing in the Rohingya Crisis”

By Adam Larson Editor’s Note: This is the second part of the series in The Indicter, which comprises the following sections: Part 1. Introduction to Questioning the Massacre Stories Part 2: Men in Black at Kha Maung Seik: A Massacre BY Rohingya? Part 3: Other Massacre Stories that Fall Apart (and conclusion)   Part 2: […]

Fake News and Massacre Marketing in the Rohingya Crisis – PART I: Questioning the Massacre Stories

By Adam Larson   Editor’s Note: This series comprises the following sections, which will be published successively: Part 1. Introduction to Questioning the Massacre Stories Part 2: Men in Black at Kha Maung Seik: A Massacre BY Rohingya? Part 3: Other Massacre Stories that Fall Apart (and conclusion)  . Part 1 Introduction to Questioning the […]

“Awakening Courage in the Era of Trumpism”

By Dr. Nozomi Hayase. Editor’s Note. Nozomi Hayase’s op-ed might leave readers with a constellation of emotions –beyond agreement, or not, with her thesis. In the editor’s impression, a principal feature of Nozomi Hayase’s text here is that the reader is left with a variety of political-anthropological reflections; not only about this segment of US […]