R.M. Schneiderman looks at the new research being conducted into the science of interrogation.
R.M. Schneiderman is a writer and reporter for Newsweek, formerly of Newsweek & The Daily Beast. He has previously worked for The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, ESPN the Magazine, and The Tokyo Shimbun.
Shirin Ebadi, talks to R.M. Schneiderman about the pain inflicted by sanctions—and why Iranians want to axe the enrichment program. Plus, Michael Adler on Iran's changed tone.
Many think that the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. is a closed case, but The Awful Grace of God contends that James Earl Ray may have been part of a wide conspiracy. By R.M. Schneiderman.
Israel’s former security chief wants to pay settlers to leave the West Bank, reports Ross Schneiderman.
Tens of thousands of women across the region are brutalized and forced into sex work, and some face an even worse fate. A survivor tells Christopher Dickey her harrowing story.
The former U.S. secretary of state said the administration is searching for the right way to stop the carnage.
A lawsuit alleges that members of a prominent Tijuana family are ‘defraud[ing]’ American military personnel going to and from the wars in Afghanistan.
Bobby Egan’s exploits as an unofficial ambassador to North Korea will lead to a movie from Robert De Niro. By R.M. Schneiderman.
As protests rage again in Tahrir Square, Mike Giglio and R.M. Schneiderman on the mounting chaos.