Human Rights

The China Nexus: Thirty Years In and Around the Chinese Communist Party’s Tyranny

Benedict Rogers’ “The China Nexus: Thirty Years In and Around the CCP’s Tyranny” traces the mounting repression of the Chinese state

Is April 5 Still the UN’s International Day of Conscience?  

April 5th is the UN’s International Day of Conscience, but does the world still care about freedom of conscience?

Human Rights are Not Served by the UN’s Demoralized and Corrupted Universalism 

The concept of individual, inherent natural rights as negative liberty has been merged into a capacious and still proliferating array of other rights

Rebecca Munson Christianity & National Security 2023

Rebecca Munson’s lecture at Christianity & National Security 2023. Rebecca Munson discusses international human rights, Christian morals, and the fight…

Recognize the CCP’s Double Persecution in Xinjiang

The Uyghur women of Xinjiang face persecution, not only for their religion but also their sex. This double persecution is not unique to Xinjiang.

Blinken’s Chance in the South Caucasus

Secretary of State Blinken has the opportunity to remedy the situation in the South Caucasus

When Turkey Cruelly Press-Ganged Christians and Jews During WWII

Christians and Jews faced terrible persecution in Turkey during WWII

The Chinese Communist Party’s War on Catholicism

The CCP is increasingly cracking down on Chinese Roman Catholics

Evan Gershkovich is the Product of Human Rights Activism. Why Have We Given Up on It Today?

Evan Gershkovich, a WSJ reporter, is being held captive by Russia. Could the example of Soviet Jewry provide the answer to get him out?