Category: Human Rights

Ramzy Baroud: In Breach of Human Rights

Netanyahu Supports the Death Penalty against Palestinians

Kathy Kelly: Condemning Saudi Cruelty in Yemen

Interview on a campaign to end U.S. military and economic warfare

Pete Dolack: Why do Yemen’s dead not merit the attention of Jamal Khashoggi?

Why are millions of lives almost an afterthought while one privileged life merits such intense attention?

Patrick Cockburn: Saudi Atrocities in Yemen

The lack of international protests over the war in Yemen, and the involvement of the US and UK as allies of Saudi Arabia and UAE, helps explain one of the mysteries of the Khashoggi disappearance

Peter Dimock: Symmetry in Kavanaugh’s Testimonies on Torture and Sexual Misconduct

Both perpetrate a formally sanctioned illicit unchecked violence exercised without accountability against devalued, defenseless persons.

Murtaza Hussain: U.S. Goes to War Against the ICC

Cover Up Alleged War Crimes in Afghanistan

Jamil Dakwar: Bolton Threatens International Criminal Court Judges

In 2016 an ICC report accused the U.S. military of torturing at least 61 prisoners in Afghanistan during the ongoing war

Richard Falk: Human Rights, State Sovereignty, and International Law

Violations of human rights and plain human decency continue to occur with disturbing frequency in many parts of the world, including many allegedly “democratic” countries such as the United States, Russia, and Israel

Rebecca Gordon: Holding the Line on Torture

One Organization at a Time

Juan Cole: Why is the US Helping Saudis Kill Children, Allying with al-Qaeda?

The US Department of Defense is, in short, and unindicted co-conspirator in Saudi and UAE war crimes

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