Azerbaijan’s illegal annexation of Nagorno-Karabakh is a crime not only against Armenia, but the global rule of law as well
Len WicksOctober 18, 2023
The BBC should bring back the skepticism of pacifism that Doctor Who used to have.
Mark MeltonMay 23, 2022
Covering everything from sanctions and import prohibitions to humanitarian aid, the BURMA Act is one of the most comprehensive pieces of proposed legislation to address the coup.
Isabella MeibauerDecember 8, 2021
Around 350,000 people have been killed due to violence in northern Nigeria as of the end of 2020, according to new UN estimates. Many of those killed were Christians.
Paulina SongSeptember 14, 2021
The ongoing war in Ethiopia’s Tigray state represents one of the greatest disappointments in Africa in recent memory.
Joshua MeserveyMay 6, 2021
The brutalities endured by Burma’s Rohingya—the country’s most vulnerable population—were bad even before the recent coup. The US response must take their plight into account, or risk making it even worse.
Hannah So & Olivia EnosFebruary 16, 2021
It would truly horrific if once again another historic Eastern Christian people were to be ethnically cleansed and obliterated from their homeland as the world did nothing.
Alberto M. FernandezOctober 7, 2020
As COVID-19 spreads globally, religious minorities are now more exposed and vulnerable.
Zsuzsa Anna FerenczyJune 18, 2020
There seems to be something of a movement to revive the “virtue of nationalism” today, both in America and—with Brexit the apparent battle flag—the rest of the world. This is a mistake.
Jared Morgan McKinneyJanuary 18, 2019
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