Ethnic and religiously motivated violence, burning of homes and hateful rhetoric are ominous warning signs of genocide in Burma.
As the march toward genocide continues in Burma, it's business as usual as Defense Secretary Hagel meets with his Burmese counterpart in Hawaii.
Deteriorating conditions have put Burma on a downward trajectory that could end in the world’s next genocide without immediate action by the United States and the international community.
The last two years have been defining ones for Burma, the next two are likely to be even more critical.
Lifesaving medical care is being denied to Burma's Rohingya ethnic minorities. Burma must allow Doctors Without Borders open their doors again.
Doctors Without Borders can now reopen clinics in Burma except for Rohingya ethnic minorities. The decision to deny them health care is a death sentence.
MSF has been found guilty of telling the truth about attacks against the Rohingya. For this, the lives of tens of thousands of people are now at risk.
It's time to account for the Administration's new strategy of direct military engagement with Burma with ongoing concerns of human rights abuses.
With a long history of human rights violations by the Burmese military, experts warn against increasing U.S.-Burma military-to-military relations.
Urgent action is needed to address the troubling anti-Muslim violence in Burma that United to End Genocide and allies on the ground have been warning about.