A former first lady led early Monday in voting counting from Guatemala's presidential election, although a runoff ballot appeared likely to determine the next leader of this Central American nation where tens of thousands have fled poverty and gang violence this year to seek a new life in the United States.
'He's a Tough Man': Trump Shrugs Off Concerns About Hungary's Hard-Right Leader During White House Visit
Trump said the two would discuss trade and shared NATO concerns, but he did not publicly mention Hungary's slide into authoritarianism, its human rights and free speech abuses or growing anti-Semitism.
Does it violate human rights to hold children in fenced enclosures in grim facilities that are bone-chillingly cold for weeks on end? Is separating children from their parents a form of cruel and unusual punishment? When does a crisis justify the kind of treatment normally seen as inhumane?
In this podcast, Dan Mahanty and Elise Carlson-Rainer deliberate over the current state of affairs of human rights in U.S. foreign policy.
APUS doctoral program Professor Dr. Elise Carlson-Rainer reporting from the recent United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) in Geneva.
Addressing human rights in foreign policy is a relatively new concept and is often debated by politicians, scholars, and the general public. In Homeland Security weighs in.
Mohamed Zaree is one of several prominent Egyptian activists and human rights workers who are banned from travel over allegations of harming national security.
Russia said Thursday it would appeal a European Court of Human Rights ruling that Moscow failed to adequately protect victims of a 2004 school siege in the city of Beslan that left more than 300 people dead.
A Chinese legal rights activist was sentenced to 7½ years in prison on subversion charges as the Communist Party's determination to rein in its critics continues.