Henry Johnson


Henry Johnson is a fellow at Foreign Policy. He has previously written for LobeLog and graduated from Claremont McKenna College with a degree in history.
Articles by Henry Johnson
Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena listens to an AFP journalist during an interview in Colombo on January 3, 2016. Up to 100,000 people still living in camps six years after the end of Sri Lanka's ethnic war will be given land for homes within six months, President Maithripala Sirisena told AFP Sunday. "It is an ambitious target, but I will see that all the internally displaced people are given land to build homes," the president said in an interview. "I am setting up a mechanism to complete this process within six months." AFP PHOTO / LAKRUWAN WANNIARACHCHI / AFP / LAKRUWAN WANNIARACHCHI        (Photo credit should read )
Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena listens to an AFP journalist during an interview in Colombo on January 3, 2016. Up to 100,000 people still living in camps six years after the end of Sri Lanka's ethnic war will be given land for homes within six months, President Maithripala Sirisena told AFP Sunday. "It is an ambitious target, but I will see that all the internally displaced people are given land to build homes," the president said in an interview. "I am setting up a mechanism to complete this process within six months." AFP PHOTO / LAKRUWAN WANNIARACHCHI / AFP / LAKRUWAN WANNIARACHCHI (Photo credit should read )
Palestinian children hold posters of Mohammed Halabi (C), the Gaza director of World Vision, a major US-based Christian NGO, during a protest to support him in Gaza City on August 7, 2016.
Israel charged Halabi with having diverted millions of dollars in foreign aid to the Palestinian Islamic movement Hamas and its armed wing.
The Shin Bet internal security service said $7.2 million (6.5 million euros) given to World Vision had been diverted to Hamas each year, with some of it funding the Gaza Strip rulers' military campaign against Israel. / AFP / MAHMUD HAMS        (Photo credit should read )
Palestinian children hold posters of Mohammed Halabi (C), the Gaza director of World Vision, a major US-based Christian NGO, during a protest to support him in Gaza City on August 7, 2016. Israel charged Halabi with having diverted millions of dollars in foreign aid to the Palestinian Islamic movement Hamas and its armed wing. The Shin Bet internal security service said $7.2 million (6.5 million euros) given to World Vision had been diverted to Hamas each year, with some of it funding the Gaza Strip rulers' military campaign against Israel. / AFP / MAHMUD HAMS (Photo credit should read )
Participants protest against continued violence in Gaza at a demonstration organized by left-wing activists on July 24, 2014 in Berlin, Germany. At least 730 Palestinians and 34 Israelis have been killed since the offensive between Israel and Hamas in the Gaza Strip began 17 days ago. One day prior to the demonstration, the United Nations Human Rights Council voted for the launching of an investigation into potential violations of human rights during the conflict.
Participants protest against continued violence in Gaza at a demonstration organized by left-wing activists on July 24, 2014 in Berlin, Germany. At least 730 Palestinians and 34 Israelis have been killed since the offensive between Israel and Hamas in the Gaza Strip began 17 days ago. One day prior to the demonstration, the United Nations Human Rights Council voted for the launching of an investigation into potential violations of human rights during the conflict.
LONDON, ENGLAND - JULY 15:  An Oddish Pokemon character appears in front of a London taxi during a game of Pokemon Go, a mobile game that has become a global phenomenon, on July 15, 2016 in London, England. The app lets players roam using their phone's GPS location data and catch Pokemon to train and battle.The game has added millions to the value of Nintendo, which part-owns the franchise. (Photo by )
LONDON, ENGLAND - JULY 15: An Oddish Pokemon character appears in front of a London taxi during a game of Pokemon Go, a mobile game that has become a global phenomenon, on July 15, 2016 in London, England. The app lets players roam using their phone's GPS location data and catch Pokemon to train and battle.The game has added millions to the value of Nintendo, which part-owns the franchise. (Photo by )
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