Political considerations around the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal may be trumping a major human rights crisis in Southeast Asia.
The people of South Sudan should be celebrating the fourth anniversary of their independence. But the harsh realities in South Sudan make that difficult.
South Africa’s failure to arrest Bashir is yet another step backwards in holding perpetrators accountable for the world’s worst crimes.
South Sudanese activist Simon Deng is now on day 17 of a hunger strike aimed at getting President Obama to increase pressure for peace in South Sudan.
Fleeing the threat of genocide, Burma's ethnic minority Rohingya are risking death, rape, and drowning by the thousands.
70 years after the Holocaust, the world still needs better monitoring and prevention, stronger responses to mass atrocities, and robust systems for justice.
How does a man wanted on charges of genocide get re-elected? It takes bombs, bullets and repression and the rest of the world looking the other way.
Two teachers at The Dayton Regional STEM School are making creative connections with history and art to educate students about conflict and genocide.
Tensions are high and the risk of violence is on the rise in Burma. But it is not just the West that is warning about the increased risk of mass atrocities.
The perpetrators were never prosecuted. The survivors never received restitution. But we can remember those who were killed in the Armenian Genocide.