Having experienced combat, we know pardons for war crimes would be a disservice to our military and undermine our moral standing in the world.
Having experienced combat, we know pardons would be a disservice to our military and undermine our moral standing in the world.
Power is acting for good — and knowing when you should.
Seven well-traveled writers discuss the dilemma of whether or not to visit nations with oppressive governments.
Military officials received expedited requests for paperwork needed to pardon several military members on or around Memorial Day.
An email sent by prosecutors contained hidden software that could track if anyone read or forwarded it, lawyers for a Navy SEAL accused of gunning down civilians say.
Even as the eight-year war ebbs, the pace of arrests and executions is accelerating.
After years of war and suffering, Darfuris have seized Sudan’s new freedoms to join a protest against the military that once terrorized them.
Hundreds of thousands of Syrians have been locked away in filthy prisons where thousands were tortured to death — and the pace of arrests and executions is accelerating.
The two reporters, U Wa Lone, 33, and U Kyaw Soe Oo, 29, who received the Pulitzer Prize, were to serve seven years in prison.
I spent four years defending human rights at the U.N. — and they’ve never been more at risk.
Activists, who say the city knew about the mass grave for slaughtered Jews, ask why a permit was issued.