In the absence of other effective political actors, there is useful space for Haiti’s civil society activism to provide constructive engagement to address Haiti corruption challenges, as Georges A. Fauriol, senior associate with CSIS Americas Program, writes in his...
The man-made crisis in #SouthSudan has caused devastating human and financial costs. Aid organizations face significant access constraints while addressing the #humanitarian needs of 7 million people, a number that will only grow in the absence of sustainable peace.
Congressional attention has turned to the Orwellian plight facing the Uyghurs, as the surveillance state in Xinjiang demonstrates the dark side of surveillance equipment, big data, and AI, writes Amy Lehr, director of CSIS Human Rights Initiative.
Ultimately, amnesty and rehabilitation initiatives will remain a hard sell while public faith in Kenya’s security apparatus is low, as Richard Downie from CSIS Africa Program writes in a new commentary.
A spasm of reporting on Khashoggi, and a flood of OP-EDs dumping on Saudi Arabia – followed by a lack of in depth coverage of the problem – is no memorial to someone who seems to have died for trying to speak the truth.
In the past week, the president of Guatemala has ordered its migration authority to refuse permission for the UN Commissioner of the International Commission Against Corruption in Guatemala (CICIG) to enter the country.