Issues / Human Rights
In 1996, the United States designed a law to combat war crimes. That same law has now come back to haunt the Bush administration.
This op-ed ran in Newsday on July 14, 2006.
Efforts at isolating Hamas are likely to backfire.
Is it time to retire the Great Game to the pages of history and literature and bring the troops home?
Three years after the invasion of Iraq, what have we learned?
The debate on UN reform has missed a crucial element--direct accountability of UN agencies to ostensible beneficiaries of their programs and services.
Growth in India occurs against a backdrop of deepening inequality.
Double standards are revealed once again in terms of U.S. policy toward Israel and the Palestinian Authority.
Peruvian elections will be notable for either marking a new neopopulist victory by a former military officer or the first woman Peruvian president.
By blaming promordial hatred for the sectarian violence in Iraq, the Bush administration is ignoring the effects of the war and other decisions made by the United States during the occupation that have fueled the violence.