A flurry of prosecutions in recent months suggests that Russia is growing less tolerant of even peaceful protests against Vladimir Putin.
The State Department warned for years that the U.S. was complicit in war crimes in Yemen. No one put a stop to it.
Neither the law nor the facts support a conclusion that Saudi war crimes in Yemen are “isolated.”
Despite well documented abuses in the kingdom, the spigot of aid and arms from the U.S. and U.K. remains open.
The groundbreaking court brought many of the war’s worst criminals to justice, but more is needed to heal the region’s deep divisions.
The Ethiopian government is cracking down on journalists and NGOs. Where’s the outrage from the international community?
Clinton’s State Department overlooked human rights abuses and corruption while keeping a lucrative flow of contracts moving to U.S. security firms working in Mexico.
The European Union should stop squabbling and work together on a coordinated response to the European refugee crisis.
Survivors say rape has become “just a normal thing” for women caught up in South Sudan’s civil war.
The U.S. Supreme Court decision on same-sex marriage will bolster the work of human rights activists around the world. But it will also pose some challenges.