It will be a tragedy if the international community fails to address a looming crisis that will affect not only Burundi, but the entire region.
The Administration has argued that the Trans-Pacific Partnership will advance human rights, but Malaysia’s upgrade shows that rights are being traded away.
Human trafficking concerns appear to have been overshadowed by politics in the newly released State Department Trafficking in Persons Report.
In the face of ongoing conflicts across the globe, Burundi has fallen through the cracks. As the crisis unfolds, here is what you need to know:
What do you do when the world isn’t paying attention to one of the worst crises? You put 30 foot images on the sides of buildings.
The Central African Republic is teetering on the edge. By making a long-term commitment to peace building and economic development, we can change that.
The visit of John Kerry to South Sudan is welcome but if the specter of genocide is to be avoided, the momentum of his trip must be backed by action.
Working for tolerance and reconciliation, Archbishop Nzapalainga and Imam Layama are some of the strongest voices for peace in the Central African Republic.
Experts from the South Sudanese Diaspora speak about what can and should be done about the crises in South Sudan, including diplomacy, peacekeeping and aid.
The cease fire agreement is an important step in stopping the violence in South Sudan but critical issues remain and support from the U.S. is essential.