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Trump hopes to sidestep an arms pact to sell more drones to sketchy countries
"Once they leave U.S. control, we lose our ability to influence how and where they are used."
The State Department doesn’t really care if its human rights training for partner security forces is working or not
According to a new audit from the Government Accountability Office, both the Departments of Defense and State "have not assessed the effectiveness of human rights training for foreign security forces"...
Otto Warmbier’s parents blast North Korean leader over son’s death after Trump accepts excuse ‘he didn’t know about it’
The family of Otto Warmbier, the American student who died after having been imprisoned in North Korea, blamed Kim Jong Un for their son's death on Friday.
US relied on Microsoft Excel to track gross human rights violations in Afghanistan until 2017
Officials did not consistently document of human rights abuses committed by Afghan security forces during the first 15 years of the U.S.-led military campaign there, relying on a constellation of...
The DoD Has Barely Made A Dent In Afghan Security Forces’ Child Sex Abuse Problem
For years, military officials and lawmakers have acknowledged and tried to crack down on, sexual abuse of young boys by … Continued