Tag: Human Rights First

‘Hong Kong’s Fight For the Rule of Law’: Holding the line against totalitarian advance

     

With Hong Kong’s society increasingly polarized by the ongoing unrest, external actors, including the U.S. Congress, the administration, and the legal and NGO community, can take steps to advance human… Read more »

Protect civil society to promote stability in Egypt

     

As long as Egypt’s government continues to suppress peaceful dissent and stifle pluralism, it is part of the problem of growing instability, not part of the solution, says a new… Read more »

Russia’s Bad Example

     

    For decades Russia remained a country without an ideology to export. Now Putin’s Russia has realized that it can capitalize on its foreign policy goals of sowing democratic… Read more »