In Conversation: Robert Silvers
New York | Published: 04/07/13
As the New York Review of Books turns 50, its founding editor speaks with Review contributor Mark Danner about the poetry of Twitter, hiding the Pentagon Papers, and how his journal of ideas emerged from the flood of “little magazines” as possibly the unlikeliest success story in publishing.
The Politics of Fear
The New York Review of Books | Published: 11/22/12
Amid the clamorous controversies of this election campaign, what strikes one here on the West Bank of the Jordan is the silences.
Six Powerful Voices: Deep Inside Israel's Shin Bet
Telluride FilmWatch | Published: 09/02/12
The first duty of Shin Bet, Israel's feared internal intelligence service, is to be invisible. Its very motto, “Magen VeLo Yera’e,” brands this shadowy organization as the “Defender that shall not be seen.”
The Best American Magazine Writing 2012
Columbia Journalism Review Published: 01/13/13
How the U.S. Sought Revenge Through Torture
PODCAST | 04/18/13
Mark Danner speaks with Ian Masters for "Background Briefing," KPFK 90.7 Los Angeles, about a new report by the Constitution Project's Task Force on Detainee Treatment. The report found it "indisputable that the United States engaged in the practice of torture."
Mark Danner, Live from Ramallah: Interview with Chuck Mertz
AUDIO | 12/01/12
Mark Danner calls in from Ramallah to discuss the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and the United States' use of drone warfare on This is Hell with Chuck Mertz. WNUR Chicago. December 1, 2012. Listen to the full show here.