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Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir came to South Africa for the AU Summit in Sandton, Johannesburg [AP]

International Justice Day: No Justice for Sudan

After Bashir's controversial visit to South Africa, the fact remains that 12 years after the start of atrocities in Darfur, justice has again been denied....

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Trans-Pacific Partnership: Trading Human Rights Away

Political considerations around the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal may be trumping a major human......

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Another Deal Needed: This Time for South Sudan

It's time for President Obama to work with regional leaders to demand a peace agreement for South Sudan and to back that demand with......

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What’s Going On in Burundi and Why Does it Matter?

In the face of ongoing conflicts across the globe, Burundi has fallen through the cracks. As the crisis unfolds, here is what you need...

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Politics over Human Rights in Southeast Asia

Human trafficking concerns appear to have been overshadowed by politics in the newly released State Department Trafficking in Persons Report. ...

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