CJ Werleman is a journalist, author, and analyst on conflict and terrorism.
Ethiopia’s Abiy Ahmed joins a long list of Nobel Peace Prize recipients who have been accused of war crimes, abuse and genocide.
By parroting the Indian state’s narrative on the disputed territory, the rights organisation puts itself at odds with international law and misses the pattern of deliberate demographic change - or ethnic cleansing - against Kashmiri Muslims.
The mass arrests have nothing to do with criminality and everything to do with dishing out retribution.
According to international law it is Palestinians who have the right to defend themselves against an occupying force.
From the US to Australia, Hindu nationalism is not only spreading in discourse, it has made its way into political circles.
Since 1968, more Americans have been killed by guns on US soil than the number of Americans killed in all US involved wars, combined.
The mass shooting in the US this week is yet another reminder that hate crimes have graduated from crimes to a domestic terrorism crisis.
Ripples from the farmers protests in India have reached Australian shores where Hindu nationalists are targeting Sikhs for being 'anti-national'.
The UK has decided to cut aid to victims of the conflict but won't stop selling arms to those perpetrating large scale atrocities against civilians.
Speaking to TRT World, five Yemeni journalists detail their horrific experience in a series of Houthi prisons where they were subjected to physical and psychological torture after being detained in 2015.
Hindu nationalists’ attempt to brand dissent as “anti-national” is a well-worn diversionary tactic, and has been deployed against religious minorities of every stripe to devastating effect.
The rejection from the global superstar is a public relations disaster for the Kingdom which is trying to find its feet as it diversifies its economy.
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