The number of people forcibly displaced by war, persecution, general violence, or human-rights violations last year swelled to a staggering 84 million.
It’s Settled That Israel Is Committing Apartheid. Now What Should We Do About It?
Movements for justice and Palestinian rights laid the ground for recent declarations by Amnesty International and other human rights organizations. Now we have to follow up.
The “Freedom Convoy” in Canada wants to spread its anti-government, antisocial, and ultimately self-defeating messages far and wide.
Americans Shouldn’t Have to Rely on the National Guard for Basic Services
Time and again, why is it only the military that has extra resources to go around?
U.S. Sanctions on Afghanistan Could Be Deadlier Than 20 Years of War
The collective punishment of Afghans is hideously wrong — and the Biden administration can ease it with the stroke of a pen.
The Terrifying World of 2025
Imagine that the current attacks on experts and expertise morph into a full-blown MAGA Cultural Revolution in 2025…
No More War in Europe
An Appeal for Civic Action in Europe and Beyond
Working with North Korean Defectors
Nam Bada discusses the challenge of North Korean human rights and the experiences of North Korean refugees in South Korea.
Biden’s Dangerous Refusal to Reverse Trump’s Western Sahara Policy
Trump recognized the wholesale annexation of one country by another. If Biden lets that stand, the global implications are deeply troubling.
The End of Dissent
Foreign agent laws in Russia, El Salvador, and elsewhere threaten the entire international edifice of laws and institutions that support the right to dissent.