Human Rights Watch is active around the world, trying to accurately report on human rights abuses and make governments accountable to their people. So why did the Israeli government ban them from obtaining a work visa?
Israel and the US seem to be closer to the same page than ever in recent history. The only question that remains is whether the status quo is more comfortable.
Government violation of human rights is rampant in the Middle East, but criticism is intermittent. Juliette Bronchtein analyzes what Amnesty International’s latest report on Egypt’s repression tactics, and ongoing human rights abuse by Turkey mean in the context of a potential revival of peace negotiations in Israel-Palestine.
The successful ratification of the Kampala Accords means the International Criminal Court will be able to charge leaders with the crime of aggression but trouble continues for the court as member states of the African Union publicly voice their discontent.
Seema Kawar takes a look at the participation of women and girls in the past Palestinian Intifadas and the most recent uprising.
Leon Fleddermann exposes the Anti-Semetic agenda of the BDS movement, which tries to isolate Israel economically and academically in the international community.
Benjamin Dooley interview’s James W. Rawley, Outgoing Deputy United Nations Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process.