Nobel Laureates Maria Ressa and Dmitry Muratov are not Only Journalists – They are Champions of Democracy
While most eyes were on Geneva, the Duma intensified its crackdown on dissent.
Foreign Minister Should Raise Issue of Attacks on Civil Society
A Story of Two Lawyers Highlights a Bigger Problem with Russia’s Justice System
Soviet Dissident, Physicist Was Early Inspiration for Human Rights Watch
It appears that the city authorities have used Covid-19 as a pretext to deny permission for protests over a constitutional referendum.
Superficial reforms leave religious minorities behind—and that's dangerous
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