Issues / Human Rights
Interpretations of events by State Department personnel in the WikiLeaks documents are often anything but accurate reflections of reality.
In the war against drug cartels, Mexican police and military often work at cross-purposes to each other.
Chalmers Johnson believed that the United States risks "losing our democracy to keep our empire."
Almost two years after President Obama promised to close Guantanamo, unnamed administration officials are predicting that the prison will remain open "for the foreseeable future."
When it comes to information "management," China has learned from a master.
A cable by U.S. ambassador acknowledges that Sri Lankan president was complicit in civilian casualties at the Tamil Tigers' last stand.
In Equatorial Guinea, Teodoro Obiang preaches humanitarianism and practices human rights abuses.
The Nigerian government needs to show commitment to the Protocol on the Rights of Women in Africa by passing relevant laws and allocating funds to women's rights.
WikiLeaks' latest document dump runs the gauntlet from gossip to outstanding diplomatic intelligence.
Bush's ambassador to Zimbabwe believed freedom would ring there.