Stories by Victoria Brittain

Victoria Brittain has lived and worked as a journalist in Saigon, Washington, Algiers and London. She has reported from more than 30 African countries, Cuba, Grenada and Palestine for English and French publications. She was a foreign correspondent and then Associate Foreign Editor at the Guardian over a 20-year period. She has written a number of books plays about Africa, Guantanamo Bay and related subjects – most recently Shadow Lives, The Forgotten Women of the War on Terror.  subscribe to Victoria Brittain's feed

Posted on: May 19, 2015, Source: AlterNet

The Elashis lived the American dream for decades before they became targets of the war on terror.

Posted on: Jun 9, 2013, Source: Tom Dispatch

Giving humanitarian aid, expert advice, or “political advocacy” in “coordination” with any group on the State Department’s terrorist list can lead to being tried as a terrorist.

Posted on: Dec 23, 2007, Source: Comment Is Free

To admit that they pose no threat would show how complacent the Brits have been in supporting the U.S.'s black prison network.