Hong Kong's one-man election drives home Beijing's broken promises to the territory
The upcoming U.S.-ASEAN special summit stands in jarring juxtaposition to last year’s “Summit for Democracy” — to which most ASEAN states didn’t merit an invitation.
Egypt, Lebanon, and Tunisia Should Ensure Access to Legal Gender Recognition
How Environmental Policy Became a Tool of State Control
Betting on ASEAN’S Fruitless Diplomacy Undermines International Action
Under Beijing’s control, the densely populated city is struggling to respond to a new COVID-19 wave.
Where is the U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights’ report detailing human rights violations against Uyghurs?
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Japan’s defence ministry claims the program, which includes combat training, will inspire change from within. That’s not going to happen.
Xi Jinping’s tenure has been marked by harsh crackdowns on human rights activism.
Human Rights Abuses Will Taint the Olympics and the World Cup. It’s Time to End ‘Sportswashing’ Now.
By suspending tournaments in China over treatment of Peng Shuai, the WTA placed rights over profits. How will the International Olympic Committee react?
Despite its official condemnation of the coup, Japan continues to move towards normalizing ties with the junta
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