Human rights continue to be a black eye for governments worldwide. From the Sudan to Russia, to the War on Terror, the International Criminal Court and the European Court of Human Rights have a full docket of cases from around the globe.
Harassment of Women Journalists "We're Going to Stab You and Bury You"
Prosecuting Aggression Will There Be a Special Tribunal for Putin?
"Thou Shalt Not Kill" One Russian Soldier's Effort to Avoid the War
Fueling the War A German Company's Questionable Involvement in Russia
Protests in Iran The Regime’s Trail of Blood
Russian War Atrocities in Ukraine The Torture Chambers of Balakliya
The Russian Patient How Much Blame Does Society Bear for Putin's War Crimes?
A Trio of Russia Experts Discuss Moscow's War "If Putin Does Back Off, It's Always Just a Pause"
The Intellectual Exodus from Russia
An Essay by Mikhail Zygar
"The Torturers Have Humiliated Him" Opposition Figure Describes Detention of Ugandan Writer Kakwenza Rukirabashaija
Putin's Russia Alexei Navalny Remains Unbroken after a Year in Prison
Witness, Defendant, Deserter Case in Germany Raises Questions about How to Try Assad's Atrocities
Refugees in Belarus “Even If We Have To Try 17 Times, I’m Not Giving Up”
Interview with Osman Kavala Arts Patron at Center of Turkish Diplomatic Dispute Speaks Out from Jail
Interview with Merkel’s Former Foreign Policy Adviser “I Have Eliminated 'the West’ from My Vocabulary”
Former Chief Prosecutor Carla Del Ponte "I Keep Telling Myself that Justice Will Prevail"
In the Sinister Disneyland of Xinjiang China's Ongoing Oppression of the Uighurs
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