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
Betting on ASEAN’S Fruitless Diplomacy Undermines International Action
The US Military's Shameful Failure to Protect Civilians
Japan’s defence ministry claims the program, which includes combat training, will inspire change from within. That’s not going to happen.
Despite its official condemnation of the coup, Japan continues to move towards normalizing ties with the junta
A New York Times exposé on a previously undisclosed attack on dozens of noncombatants in Syria is indicative of DOD’s impunity.
By reforming its own system, Egypt can influence positive changes in other countries in the region and lead the way for clear and accessible legal gender recognition mechanisms.
The SC Order is Welcome, But More Needs to Be Done for People with Disabilities
Significant Victory Requires Holistic Approach to Implementation
Myanmar’s Coup Built on Years of Failed Accountability
The Egyptian government has deliberately let a former presidential candidate languish behind bars without proper medical care.
August 25 is Observed as ‘Genocide Remembrance Day,’ but It Is Not Just the Story of a Single Day