In the past, international criminals in the Arab world have rarely faced justice, but a landmark trial in Germany signals the legal landscape is changing.
The situation in Nicaragua is becoming increasingly dire. The crisis in the country is going largely unnoticed.
If Biden is serious about providing protection to Central American migrants, his administration must more clearly and consistently articulate its commitment to this goal.
Deep conviction drove Merkel while handling the European refugee crisis. Now, many refugees cannot imagine a Germany without her.
Ethnic minority groups in Myanmar know all too well that the military is capable of mass atrocities.
Despite a vigorous 15-year resume as chancellor, it is now clear that COVID-19 will define how Angela Merkel will be judged once she leaves office.
In this edition of The Interview, Fair Observer talks to professor Ashok Swain, UNESCO Chair of International Water Cooperation at Uppsala University in Sweden.
The UK Home Office plan for offshore processing of asylum seekers stems from the sort of fantasies and fears that have driven the persecution of minorities throughout modern history.