The London summit this week could kick-start the revival of the stalled reform process in the region – but won’t if human rights and the rule of law stay off the agenda
If Theresa May is serious about protecting Abu Qatada, she must press for real change in Jordan
William Hague is right to put human rights at the heart of the UK's foreign policy – for practical as well as ethical reasons
President Obama visited the CIA headquarters this week to try to reassure staff that their intelligence-gathering work would not be compromised by the release of the so-called ‘torture’ memos. But the revelations cast a shadow over the work of the US inte
Human Rights Watch and JUSTICE Amicus Brief to the UK House of Lords
Gordon Brown must beware Tony Blair's mistakes if he wants to beat the bombers
British policy on Iraqi refugees is not only morally indefensible, but also shortsighted
Our policy of sending terror suspects to countries where they may face torture will surely backfire.