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Burma Must Take Steps to Quell Ethnic Violence

05/30/2013

This week’s outbreak of violence against Muslims in Lashio marks nearly a year of targeted attacks on Muslims in Burma.

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Detainee with Military Guards

The closure of Guantánamo: a modern Gordian Knot

05/23/2013

If the Obama administration wants to successfully resolve the 'Gordian Knot' that is the Guantánamo Bay detention centre, it has to untangle it carefully with a comprehensive approach proving that indefinite detention is not needed.

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Visit by Burmese Leader Offers Key Opportunity to Press for Human Rights Improvements

05/20/2013

Burmese President Thein Sein is scheduled to meet with President Obama today, marking the first visit to the United States by a Burmese head of state in 47 years. Since that visit in 1966, the people of Burma have endured governmental mismanagement, brutal military rule, and serious human rights violations. Burma became a pariah state, synonymous with its infamous imprisonment of political activists and militarized attacks on civilians.

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Ongoing Politicization of Medical Affairs in Bahrain Requires Vigorous Response

05/03/2013

The cancellation of an international medical ethics conference that had been scheduled for April 10-12 in Bahrain is another sign that the country’s rulers continue a systematic pattern of politicizing medical affairs.

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Prisoners in a Guantanamo Bay Holding Pen

Failing to Heal: Hunger Strikes in Guantánamo and the Role of Medical Professionals

04/30/2013

In a recently released bipartisan report on detainee treatment at the detention facility in Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, the Constitution Project’s Expert Task Force devotes a whole chapter to the spectacular failure of medical professionals in GTMO to protect detainees from harm or injustice.

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