May 02, 2023
Report: Kyrgyz, Tajik Forces May Have Committed War Crimes in Border Conflict
By Catherine Putz
Human Rights Watch says in a detailed report on the September 2022 Kyrgyz-Tajik border conflict that forces on both sides may have committed war crimes in targeting civilians.
February 01, 2017
Are Duterte's Drug War Killings Crimes Against Humanity?
By Luke Hunt
A new report by Amnesty International makes the case.
October 04, 2015
Will There Be Accountability for the Kunduz Hospital Bombing?
By Taylor Dibbert
A Médecins Sans Frontières hospital was struck by an air strike in Kunduz, Afghanistan. Will there be accountability?
September 28, 2015
The UN Human Rights Council Resolution on Sri Lanka is Tabled
By Taylor Dibbert
After a flurry of diplomatic activity in Geneva, the UN Human Rights Council resolution on Sri Lanka has finally been tabled.
March 15, 2015
A Nepal Army Colonel Fronts London’s Old Bailey
By Michael Vurens van Es
The U.K. trial is to be welcomed. But the role of foreign agencies in wartime abuses also needs to be investigated.
January 15, 2015
Look Back to Move Forward: Advice to the New Sri Lanka President
By Jared Genser
Sri Lanka has a real chance to move on from its troubled past.
November 03, 2014
Speaking Truth to Power: Canadian War Crimes in Korea
By Steven Denney
A history professor uncovers some troubling evidence from the Korean War.
August 06, 2014
Justice Pending for Bangladeshi Accused of War Crimes
By Mohammad A. Arafat
Accused of horrific crimes during Bangladesh’s fight for independence, Motiur Rahman Nizami is about to face justice.
December 07, 2012
China and the ICC
While China won’t support some cases being referred to the international court, many are too quick to dismiss its participation.
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