The signing of a peace deal is a welcome and long overdue flicker of hope in South Sudan. But only the continued threat of an arms embargo and targeted sanctions will give the agreement a chance to succeed.
If President Obama and negotiators do not follow through with promised consequences, the only people who will suffer are innocent civilians in South Sudan.
Money talks and today corporate profits have shouted down the cry for justice for the desperate victims of human trafficking in Southeast Asia.
The United States helped to broker the peace that brought South Sudan into existence. It cannot abandon the people of South Sudan.
Reports suggest the Obama administration will ignore Malaysia's abysmal human trafficking record to advance the Trans-Pacific Trade Agreement.
United to End Genocide, a U.S. based human rights advocacy group, demanded that the United Nations Security Council hold the
Having failed to act in the face of the massive increase in violence in Darfur, the Council took what should be the first step by renewing UNAMID’s mandate.
A travesty of justice has just occurred in South Africa. A criminal who is wanted on charges of genocide has been allowed to escape justice.
A South African judge has taken a stand for justice – now it is time for the U.S. and the UN Security Council to stand with him and demand Bashir’s arrest.
The upcoming regional meeting to discuss the Rohingya crisis must address the root cause of the crisis – the threat of genocide against Rohingya families.
There is good news that the United States will take in Rohingya victims but with 1,000s adrift at sea, immediate search and rescue operations must be the highest priority.