Where the Executioners Sue Their Victims

Naw Eh Ywa Paw was nine years old when government soldiers attacked her village in eastern Burma in March 2006. The young girl and her ...


In Libya, They Come After You on Facebook

On December 10, a group of Libyan activists, journalists, lawyers, and judges gathered at the Canadian Embassy in Tunis to mark International Human Rights Day. ...

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Hong Kong Protesters’ Quiet Victory

HONG KONG – On its face, it appeared to be a rout. Hours before thousands of police officers marched onto the major thoroughfare of Harcourt ...

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Did Hong Kong’s Protests Do ‘Permanent’ Damage?

6 charts that show how well the city weathered Occupy Central.


Watching Top Gun in Tehran

At 5 o’clock every Monday afternoon when I was in my early teens, Masoud rang our doorbell. He would flash a toothy smile when I ...

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Did Beijing Get What It Wanted in Hong Kong?

As police clear Hong Kong’s last remaining protest site, experts say larger problems may await mainland authorities.


The Two Faces of Azerbaijan’s Government

Azerbaijan’s most famous investigative journalist Khadija Ismayilova is the latest in a long list of Azerbaijani activists to become political prisoners. Ismayilova, a journalist with ...

A Hollywood Frenemy Wants to Help Sony Release ‘The Interview’

A Hollywood Frenemy Wants to Help Sony Release ‘The Interview’

Kim Jong Un Could Use a Handshake, Too

Kim Jong Un Could Use a Handshake, Too

Now the Hard Work Begins

Now the Hard Work Begins

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