Myanmar’s Muslim crackdown “has been decades in the making.”
The plight of the Rohingya is a rare moment of global unity for Muslim countries. But will that be enough to save them?
Hundreds of thousands of Rohingya civilians are trapped in a cycle of violence perpetuated by Myanmar’s military, exacerbated by Islamist militants, and inflamed by Aung San Suu Kyi.
We've never known more about oncoming atrocities, but are still mostly helpless to stop them.
It's time for the United States to act.
A new lawsuit brings Germany's forgotten genocide in Namibia back into the spotlight
The Security Council is balking at an arms embargo that is too little, too late for the world’s youngest nation.
Foreign Policy spoke with genocide researcher Jessica Melvin about this month’s encouraging developments.
Is Paul Kagame’s government using museums to commemorate the past—or cement its grip on power?
A man accused of encouraging the genocide in Rwanda has been sentenced to life in prison.
At Washington’s memorial to the genocide of Jews, history often takes a backseat to “collective memory.”
The autonomous Serbian government in Bosnia is questioning the war crimes verdict against its former president.