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US Court Orders Facebook to Hand Over Deleted Anti-Rohingya Content
September 23, 2021

US Court Orders Facebook to Hand Over Deleted Anti-Rohingya Content

By Sebastian Strangio
In a ruling, the court stated that Facebook’s citing of a privacy provision to withhold the records from Myanmar was “rich with irony.”

Rohingya Diaspora: Transnational Identity in the Digital Age  
February 25, 2020

Rohingya Diaspora: Transnational Identity in the Digital Age  

By Abdul Aziz
Rohingyas abroad are using social media to draw attention to their cause -- and maintain their ethnic identity far away from home.
What Does the ICJ Preliminary Ruling Really Mean for the Rohingya?
February 04, 2020

What Does the ICJ Preliminary Ruling Really Mean for the Rohingya?

By Angshuman Choudhury
The ICJ verdict is an important first step toward ensuring that the Rohingya victims get some tangible justice.

Myanmar: Trials and Tribulations
February 01, 2020

Myanmar: Trials and Tribulations

By Christina Fink
Facing genocide charges in the international arena, Myanmar’s domestic politics are set to heat up in 2020, too.

Why Will Aung San Suu Kyi Personally Defend Myanmar Against Genocide Claims?
November 30, 2019

Why Will Aung San Suu Kyi Personally Defend Myanmar Against Genocide Claims?

By Angshuman Choudhury
The Nobel peace prize winner will now be defending charges of genocide at an international court. How did it come to this?

Gambia’s Genocide Case Against Myanmar: A Legal Review
November 19, 2019

Gambia’s Genocide Case Against Myanmar: A Legal Review

By Md. Rizwanul Islam
A look at the prospects for the ICJ case, based on past precedent and international law.

The Rohingyas' Plight: What Options Under International Law?
January 15, 2019

The Rohingyas' Plight: What Options Under International Law?

By Viren Mascarenhas, Brian Jacobi, Claire O’Connell, and Isabel San Martin
What role can the ICC and ICJ play in bringing justice for the Rohingyas' suffering?
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