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November 30, 2012
When U.S. companies abuse or facilitate violations of human rights abroad, they undermine U.S. national interests in advancing security, economic development, and human rights. ...
November 30, 2012
Globally, the U.S. government has long prioritized the fight against violence and discrimination against religious, ethnic, and other minorities and has sought more recently to use the...
November 30, 2012
We know from empirical data that religious freedom is an indicator of free societies with accountable governments and thriving civil societies. We also know the converse: denying...
November 30, 2012
Building on the long history of bipartisan support for U.S. leadership in protecting refugees, the Obama Administration––with leadership and engagement from the White House––should in its...
November 30, 2012
The Obama Administration has dramatically escalated targeted killing by drones as a central feature of its counterterrorism response. Over the past two years, the administration has...
November 30, 2012
The U.S. government has made a firm commitment to support peaceful democratic change in Egypt. The challenge now is how to fulfill that commitment while at the same time pursuing U.S....
January 25, 2012
Life for most Egyptians has deteriorated one year after the overthrow of President Mubarak following mass popular protests in January and February. The economy is approaching a crisis...
December 31, 2011
A company risks enabling mass atrocities when it provides resources, goods, services, or other forms of practical support that help sustain crimes against humanity or genocide. These crimes may...
November 30, 2008
The U.S. government’s misguided embrace of torture, secret prisons, and renditions to torture over the past seven years have undermined its counterterrorism efforts, provided enemies...
November 30, 2008
President Obama should make clear at the outset that his administration will restore America’s commitment to refugees and resume its place in the world as a leader in protecting the...

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