Posts Tagged: Genocide
Guatemala's Constitutional Court undid its historic genocide ruling in 2013. The trial is set to resume on January 5, but faces last-ditch efforts to derail it.
Even some critics of Israel bristled when its recent attacks on Gaza were called "genocidal." But a closer look reveals disturbing parallels with genocides past.
After the war in Iraq, is it feasible to invoke the Responsibility to Protect doctrine to protect civilians from ISIS?
Central American children fleeing poverty and gang violence are refugees—often from situations U.S. policies have helped to create—and they should be treated as such.
Human rights defenders in Guatemala are facing the worst environment since the civil war.
It’s time for the United States to examine how its own foreign policy promotes genocide, and take the actions necessary to curb it.
The road to hell is paved with good intentions.
Guatemala's genocide trial has lifted the curtain on the country's bloody past.
Power and politics have their effect on Guatemala's historic genocide trial.
In a week of remarkable events and reversals in Guatemala, the genocide trial of former dictator Efrain Rios Montt came to an abrupt halt on April 18.