Trying a Somali terror suspect in a U.S. court is a step toward closing Gitmo. By Karen Greenberg.
Karen Greenberg, executive director of the Center on Law and Security at New York University, is author of The Least Worst Place: Guantanamo’s First 100 Days.
The trial that found Gitmo detainee Ahmed Ghailani guilty on only one of 285 counts was reached by a jury. Why can't the nation accept its verdict?
Lost in the discussion of the costs and security risks of trying a 9/11 mastermind in New York is the potential benefit to its still-grieving residents. Karen Greenberg on how KSM could be our Adolf Eichmann trial.
It's become clear that the president has left himself with virtually no way to shutter the prison before he leaves office.