Human Rights in Russia: An Uphill Battle?

On February 2, 2010, the Washington College of Law’s Center for Human Rights and Humanitarian law invited the community to a “behind the scenes” look at the state of human rights in Russia. Karinna Moskalenko, one of Russia’s most respected…

Uighur Protesters Sentenced to Death

China’s far western Xinjiang province, rich in oil and gas deposits, is home to the Uighurs, one of China’s minority groups. Representing less than one percent of China’s total population but about forty percent of the inhabitants of Xinjiang province,…