The Egyptian government has deliberately let a former presidential candidate languish behind bars without proper medical care.
China's Official Covid Rates Are Down. But Has That Come at the Cost of Human Rights?
A ChinaFile Conversation
Government Response Hinged on Invasive New Surveillance Methods
In crowded, unhygienic prisons, the spread of the disease presents a serious threat. Will President Sisi put reason before punishment?
China's censorship has silenced people's voices and rights. When the WHO cheers for its response, we should ask: At what and whose expenses?
Study Conducted on Detainees in Compulsory Drug Centers
In Egypt, the Military is not a Profession; it's a Ruling Caste. If that Doesn't Change, Ousting Hosni Mubarak Will Mean Little.