by Noam Back - Guest Contributor Jul 16, 2014
A new study by the International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran found that Iranian human rights activists and victims support the nuclear negotiation and that a deal could bring renewed focus on human rights in Iran.
by Will Freeman Jul 8, 2014
The world's most populous Muslim nation prepares to choose between an establishment strongman and a young political outsider, each with huge flaws.
by Hayes Brown Jul 7, 2014
A human rights violating country has expelled the top U.S. diplomat for human rights for meeting with an opposition group.
by Hayes Brown Mar 28, 2014
"We have 60,000 names that are documented, but we still have 200,000 detainees we don't know anything about," the opposition leader said.
by Nicole Flatow Mar 26, 2014
Some 2,500 U.S. inmates are serving life in prison with no chance of parole for offenses that occurred before they turned 18.
by Nicole Flatow Mar 25, 2014
Tom Horner introduces his latest rationale for voter suppression laws.
by Hayes Brown Mar 25, 2014
The U.S. relationship with Uganda illustrates how it struggles to keep its values in balance.
by Hayes Brown Mar 24, 2014
Despite even Russia and China ordering Syria to allow humanitarian aid and halt targeting civilians, both practices are still rampant.
by Hayes Brown Feb 19, 2014
It's been a rough twenty-four hours for Russia's president.
by Hayes Brown Feb 14, 2014
But will Kim Jong Un find himself facing a tribunal in the Hague anytime soon?