Time stands still for more than 740,000 homeless Rohingya Muslims, who are still unable to return home two years after being driven out of northern Rakhine.
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After 10 months of negotiations, the United States and the Taliban have reached an agreement to end their conflict in Afghanistan. That was the easy part.
Is democracy promotion a core element of America’s foreign policy identity? Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice believes so.
President Trump says efforts to pressure China into a deal on trade has led Beijing to limit the violence during increasingly tense protests in Hong Kong.
Indian government’s lengthy shutdown of internet and telephones in Jammu and Kashmir inflicts harm on the population and should be immediately lifted.
Myanmar has finally enacted a law to protect the rights of children. The law is consistent with the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child.
Sindh province in Pakistan is taking an important step toward ending abuse and discrimination against women agricultural workers.
The prevailing takeaway from this year’s G7 summit was that it resulted in little progress on many of problems while potraying Trump as Putin’s puppet.
One of China’s key programs is quelling dissent. China has shut down Unirule, one of the country’s rare strongholds for liberal economic thought.
Populists in government can erode the institutional checks on executive power necessary for durable democracy, previously resilient advanced democracies.