Justice More Important Than Ever as Rohingya Mark Bleak Anniversary
By Tun Khin
“It is high time that the world takes action to end the genocide against the Rohingya, starting with supporting the international justice efforts.”
How to Truly Mark Rohingya Genocide Remembrance Day
By Ishrat Zakia Sultana
The Rohingya issue has become deeply politicized, but there are still possible solutions at hand.
Will a Legal Case in Argentina Bring Justice for the Rohingya?
By Istiaque Ahamed
A case in Argentina, under the principle of universal jurisdiction, seeks to hold Myanmar's leaders accountable for the atrocities committed against the Rohingya people.
How International Legal Interventions Can Help Pressure Myanmar’s Military
By Liam Scott
Foreign governments need to make good on their pledges to intervene in the Rohingya genocide case at the International Court of Justice.
International Court of Justice Rejects Myanmar Claims, Will Hear Rohingya Genocide Case
By Mike Corder
The ICJ rejected the Myanmar government’s argument that Gambia had no standing to file the case.
The Changing Face of Genocide: From Mass Death to Mass Trauma
By Esther Brito
Learning from a long history of global inaction, regimes are pursuing a new form of genocide, as seen in campaigns against the Rohingya, the Uyghurs, and others.
Facebook Bans Myanmar Military-linked Companies From its Platforms
By Sebastian Strangio
The firm's announcement came a day after a group of Rohingya refugees sued Facebook's parent company for facilitating genocide.
Why the US Should Recognize the Rohingya Genocide
By Michael P. Scharf, Paul R. Williams, and Milena Sterio
The Biden administration has a chance to reassert the United States’ moral authority on human rights.
Myanmar Elections Set to Exacerbate Erasure of the Rohingya Identity
By Kyaw Win and John Quinley III
A deeply flawed EU-funded election app exemplifies the tone-deaf approach of the international community.
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?
By Angshuman Choudhury
The ICJ verdict is an important first step toward ensuring that the Rohingya victims get some tangible justice.
After the ICJ Ruling, What Will the US Do for the Rohingya?
By Adam Kiedrowski
The recent ruling against Myanmar should spark a stronger response from the United States.