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When writing immigration policy in the US, legislators should pay attention to international human rights standards.
We ask if ten years on from the invasion of Iraq US politicians and media have learnt from their mistakes.
From guiding principles to humanitarian laws, women continue to be impacted by internal displacement in the Americas.
Native women's decision-making processes must be empowered by not only ending racism, but also sexism.
By allowing surrogate countries to take the blame, America can conveniently forget about being responsible for torture.
Despite Obama's promises to close it, the prison remains open with no end in sight.
Supporters say Marlin mine creates jobs, but critics see it as exploitative and environmentally unsound.
The Belo Monte dam project shows the government's failure to respect indigenous rights and reform energy policy.
As demand for natural resources impacts Latin America's indigenous groups we ask if their interests will ever be on top.
The level of support among young Peruvians for Movadef is an effect of the state's campaign against historical memory.
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