international law

Pressure to close down the pro-Palestine encampments reminds us again that the limits of the right to protest are contested.

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The vast majority of humanitarians killed are national staff, but as in most conflicts, little is heard about them.

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A parliamentary supermajority is a chance for Mohammad Muizzu’s government to overhaul foreign policy, but Maldives thrives by embracing all willing partners.

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International law is supposed to protect civilians in war zones, but the enormous death toll in Gaza suggests rules aren’t being adhered to.

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Rohingya social media activists not only harbour creative ambitions but are also using digital platforms for the community’s empowerment.

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The stateless Rohingya community with no rights remains the world’s most vulnerable and at high risk of exploitation.

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2023 was the deadliest year of Rohingya boat journeys, with one in eight of those who fled perishing at sea

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Laws and policies that limit civil liberties, from immigration to free speech, are becoming more prominent in democracies around the world.

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Brazil voted out the Bolsonaro government, but its impact on institutions hasn’t gone away.

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Border security is used in democracies like the US to silence advocates and threaten democracy.

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Innovation in AI poses a challenge for lawmakers who seek to protect users without limiting the technology’s immense potential.

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