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Articles by Andrew Lam

Privacy Is Lost, And We Are All To Blame

If Americans are wary of being constantly monitored, we, too, are guilty of divulging our secrets -- we make spying on us easy, writes commentator Andrew Lam.

For College Grads, Friendly Advice and Tender Warnings

On Friday, June 14, New America Media editor and author Andrew Lam delivered a commencement speech to graduating seniors at UC Irvine. What follows is a portion of that speech.

Dropping the 'i' Word -- History, Humanity and Martians

In early April the Associated Press announced that it would no longer use the word “illegal” when referring to undocumented immigrants. Below, authors Andrew Lam, Helen Zia and Chitra Divakaruni offer their own views on the term “illegal” through the lens of the immigrant experience.

Human Trafficking a Growing Global Scourge

Human trafficking is the fastest-growing criminal business in the world, though its victims remain hidden from view.

Forgetting the Iraq War

Our troops are barely out of Iraq, and we can’t wait to move on. It’s as if Americans have a collective will to forget, says author Andrew Lam.
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