Indian government’s recently proposed law to grant citizenship based on religion violates India’s international legal obligations, Human Rights Watch.
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A draft law made public on November 29, 2019 fails to address serious gaps in Russia’s response to domestic violence, Human Rights Watch said today.
Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen’s ruling party denounced China as an “enemy of democracy” following fresh claims of Chinese interference.
A really interesting new article in Human Rights outlines a series of questions and answers on Gambia’s genocide case against Myanmar before the ICJ.
For democracy to succeed reforms addressing social media generated conditions hostile to democracy will have to be designed, experts.
Russia should be held accountable for war crimes in the conflict-struck Middle-East State of Syria, states Sara Kayyali in an article in Human Rights Watch.
Military pressure leading to Bolivia’s Evo Morales’ exit from power highlights what appears to be a growing coup temptation in Latin America.
Sudan’s civilian-led transition under the leadership of H.E. Abdalla Hamdok has dismantled al Bashir’s corrupt junta regime in place since 1989.
Nicolás Maduro has overseen the aggravation of democratic reversal in Venezuela now viewed by an IDEA report as the world’s worst democratic backslider.
How to support Iraq’s protesters while recognizing limits to government’s ability to handle demands? Washington Institute’s Michael Knights asks.