Ten years ago, the country’s security forces killed over 800 protestors in broad daylight. Today, no critic is spared in the dictatorship, which receives ample U.S. military aid.
But the bloc will be a more credible voice if its members, from the U.S. to host India, confront their own major rights concerns.
But there’s still hope for the global movement to ban these indiscriminate killers.
Israel’s crisis is not about democracy but occupation.
The world’s “coolest dictator” is imprisoning innocents at rates not seen since the country’s dictatorship and civil war. Solidarity activists are fighting back.
July 26 marks the thirty-third anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act and the seventh anniversary of a horrific atrocity in Japan.
The White House’s embrace of the Indian leader is normalizing fascism in the world’s most populous country — and in the U.S. as well.
A review of Indonesia Out of Exile: How Pramoedya’s Buru Quartet Killed a Dictatorship by Max Lane.
The rich get a rescue mission, the poor get nothing.
The Biden administration is all too willing to to sacrifice democracy and human rights concerns on the altar of strategic interest.