On this International Day of Persons with Disabilities, much still needs to be done to implement the 2006 UN Disability Convention.
Our elected officials should listen to the two-thirds of Americans calling for a ceasefire in Gaza.
The absence of Palestinians and their advocates from news coverage isn’t just unfair. As a Jewish American, I think it’s harmful.
U.S. security assistance and America’s complicity in the Nigerian government’s human rights violations fuel insurgencies and boost public support for them.
The answer to Hamas’s horrifying crimes isn’t to kill innocent Gazans — it’s to change the conditions from which this brutality sprang.
It’s in the long-term self-interest of the U.S. to stop coddling the dangerous authoritarian government of India.
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.