Conditions for the media have worsened under the current administration, whose defensive approach to crisis management has diverted its attention from pursuing changes that could address the root causes of the problem.
Recent reports on a trip to Azerbaijan by U.S. lawmakers focused on possible breaches of rules regarding travel expenses, but not on the ethics of boosting ties with a vicious dictatorship.
In celebration of Africa Day on May 25, Freedom House highlights 10 victories for human rights and democracy that took place across the continent over the past year.
Excerpts from a conversation with the editor in chief and the film critic of the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo.
Those arguing for engagement with Minsk rely on a series of convenient illusions about the nature and intentions of Alyaksandr Lukashenka’s regime.
In its fourth annual photo and art contest, Freedom House again challenged artists to interpret the theme of “Repression and Freedom” around the world.
A variety of organizations are planning activities for the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia, even in countries where the LGBT community is effectively criminalized.
Rather than simply reassuring and rearming the Persian Gulf monarchies, the United States should press them to overhaul their autocratic and ultimately unstable political systems.
The U.S. government can strengthen its support for human rights in Ethiopia without sacrificing its security interests in the region.
Last month’s attacks in South Africa have forced the government to address the problem of xenophobia and led to rare regional pressure on a domestic human rights issue.