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Reckoning With Human Rights Violations in Thailand's Extraterritorial Investments
July 17, 2018

Reckoning With Human Rights Violations in Thailand's Extraterritorial Investments

By Wora Suk
As Thailand's investments across ASEAN increase, the country must commit to human rights due diligence that has been lacking.
When Trump Met Kim: Assessing the First US-North Korean Summit
June 13, 2018

When Trump Met Kim: Assessing the First US-North Korean Summit

By Ankit Panda
Who gave up what at the summit and where are U.S.-North Korea relations headed after the summit?

Capital Punishment, Human Rights, and Indonesia's Chance for the Moral High Ground
April 03, 2018

Capital Punishment, Human Rights, and Indonesia's Chance for the Moral High Ground

By Jack Britton
The execution of Indonesian migrant workers highlights the need for new protections, both abroad and at home.

Sri Lanka Isn't Serious About Transitional Justice
March 25, 2018

Sri Lanka Isn't Serious About Transitional Justice

By Taylor Dibbert
We don't need more time to ponder Colombo's sincerity.

Not So Win-Win: Don’t Let China Weaken the UN’s Human Rights Institutions
March 22, 2018

Not So Win-Win: Don’t Let China Weaken the UN’s Human Rights Institutions

By Juan Auz
For human rights defenders in Ecuador, where Chinese mining projects encroach on indigenous lands, the result could be disastrous.
Malaysia Still on the Wrong Path on Women’s Rights
February 26, 2018

Malaysia Still on the Wrong Path on Women’s Rights

By David Hutt
A recent UN conference scrutinized the country’s record with respect to female genital mutilation.

All These Years Later, Do Not Forget the Kunan-Poshpora Mass Rapes
February 24, 2018

All These Years Later, Do Not Forget the Kunan-Poshpora Mass Rapes

By Priyanka Borpujari
The Indian Army's violence against Kashmiri women must be etched in the history books.
Journalist's Detention a Test Case for Uzbek Regime on Human Rights
February 15, 2018

Journalist's Detention a Test Case for Uzbek Regime on Human Rights

By Catherine Putz
Bobomurod Abdullaev, a journalist, was detained in September 2017 by Uzbekistan's secret police.

Top UN Human Rights Official Completes Mission to Indonesia
February 15, 2018

Top UN Human Rights Official Completes Mission to Indonesia

By Jack Britton
While proposed new laws may threaten human rights in Indonesia, the country continues to engage positively with the UN and other bodies.

Justice Eludes Victims of Nepal’s Civil War
February 09, 2018

Justice Eludes Victims of Nepal’s Civil War

By Kamal Dev Bhattarai
Nepal’s two transitional justice mechanisms have failed to deliver justice to war-era victims.

Politics Unfolds at the Olympic Games
February 09, 2018

Politics Unfolds at the Olympic Games

By Lindsay Lloyd
The Olympics can be a platform to champion human rights as many nations don’t deserve a place of honor at the games.
American Obsequiousness in Sri Lanka Continues
February 08, 2018

American Obsequiousness in Sri Lanka Continues

By Taylor Dibbert
Washington continues with a misguided approach.

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