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The Spanish Parliament has voted to press ahead with a bill which will limit the ability of Spanish judges to pursue human rights cases outside the country.
The top ten recipients of US foreign assistance this year all practice torture and are responsible for major human rights abuses, reports Daniel Wickham.
So-called ‘alternative’ media should be viewed with no less scepticism than the mainstream.
It would appear that way from the Foreign and Commonwealth Office’s mealy-mouthed response to the effective criminalisation of homosexuality in India.
A report published last Friday by the Foreign Affairs Committee shows how easily the UK government is willing to sacrifice human rights in return for Saudi oil.
China, Cuba, Russia and Saudi Arabia have won three-year seats on the United Nations Human Rights Council.
The Indonesian government has taken several highly controversial measures to quash autonomist sentiments.
By projecting a positive image of themselves in the UK, repressive regimes in the Gulf are bolstering their efforts to stay in power.
During the Cold War, Soviet totalitarianism was loudly condemned by the West. Today, its remnants score invitations to buy arms from Western companies in London.