Human Rights

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FIFA’s Human Rights Litmus Test: Will it Clean House?

  • European Commission

    Will Human Rights Ever Matter in Central Asia?

  • Myanmar: How to Forge a Democracy and Get Away with It

  • via Twitter

    New Qatari Labor Law: Too Little, Too Late

  • Attitude Adjustment: The Erosion of Human Rights in Thailand

  • Getty Images

    Women Rise Up in the Middle East

  • Reuters

    Leviticus Rising: The Origin of Uganda’s Anti-Gay Law

  • Benson Kua

    Connecting with the Mexican LGBT community in the U.S.

  • Emiliano Ortiz

    Latin America’s War on Gender Violence

  • punloph/flickr

    Thailand’s Quiet Dictatorship

  • Catholic Relief Services

    Central African Republic: Small Wars to Bigger Problems

  • J.J. Harper/USMC

    What Happened to China’s Socialization?

  • via Twitter

    An Afghan-American Perspective on the Killing of Farkhunda

  • Reuters

    Thoughts on the Murder of Farkhunda

  • Margot Wallstrom

    Sweden-Saudi Arabia Diplomatic Row Intensifies

  • Eskinder Debebe

    Mongolia: Between a Rock and a Hard Place

  • Money

    Democracy’s Decline & the Political Economy: Q&A with Kevin Archer

  • Santi Donaire/EPA

    As Crisis in Venezuela Deepens, Maduro’s Iron Fist Tightens

  • Adamihse/Scanpix

    Q&A with Nawal El Saadawi

  • Maithripala Sirisena/Facebook

    Sri Lankan Polls: A New Dawn

  • via Facebook

    Sri Lanka’s Presidential Election: Four Things to Watch

  • Narendra Modi/Facebook

    Assessing Anti-Terrorism Laws in India

  • Sony Pictures

    North Korea, Sony, and Ignorance

  • Trafficking

    U.S. Moral Tutelage of Thailand


    Punishing Protest: The Australian move on Democracy

  • Ramy Raoof

    A New Egypt: When Silence Can Kill

  • Ira Gelb

    Sex Trafficking in the United States and why it Exists

  • Google

    A U.S.-Vietnam Alliance or (still) a U.S.-China-Vietnam Triangle?

  • Michał Józefaciuk

    Democracy by Militia in Burma

  • Jean-Marc Ferré

    The Sri Lankan Government is Crushing Dissent

  • Xinhua

    Xi Jinping tackles China’s ‘Moral Compass’

  • Google

    Suppression and Information: WikiLeaks, Corruption and the Super Injunction

  • Facundo Arrizabalaga/EPA

    Bouncing Parliament: Surveillance by Emergency in the UK

  • Bishkek

    Kyrgyzstan’s Moment to Move Past Regional and Ethnic Divides and Realize Unity

  • KCNA

    Mongolia’s Approach Towards Pyongyang: Offering Guidelines for Washington’s Failing North Korea Policy

  • Remy Steinegger

    Morocco’s PJD Under Fire for Human Rights

  • Bahá’í World News Service

    An Ayatollah in Iran Takes an Unorthodox Step in Support of Baha’is

  • India

    Recognising the Third Gender

  • Sasha Maksymenko

    Ukraine’s Spiral into Ethnic Conflict: Deliberate and Unnecessary

  • Imre Solt

    Indian Migrants in Qatar and Narendra Modi’s Predicament