Wary of creeping international law, U.S. diplomats fight a rearguard action to limit the scope of two U.N. resolutions on women and children.
The United States ignores massive abuses at its own peril.
It doesn’t help that the Trump administration doesn’t seem to mind.
Myanmar’s Muslim crackdown “has been decades in the making.”
Rights advocates, fearing loss of leverage over Khartoum, are dismayed
There’s an easy way to avoid betrayal by winners of the world’s most important humanitarian prize: only give it to dead people.
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.
Any future success will be built on the blood of the Rohingya.
While Obama’s “pivot” to Asia gave rights advocates cause for hope, Washington’s longstanding indifference to Cambodia ensured minimal leverage.
Instead of giving President Joseph Kabila a free pass to cling to power, world leaders should endorse a plan to replace him.
Khartoum hopes to get a permanent lifting of sanctions now that it’s playing ball with Washington in the fight on terror.
But António Guterres avoids full-fledged independent inquiry into brutal March murder of U.S. and Swedish researchers.