Between Us, Mr. Putin

Let Obama make it clear that Russia’s blocking of UNSC action and blatant arming Syria as it slaughters its own citizens is unacceptable.

Blood Sport: Why Russia’s Olympic Athletes Should Give Back the Gold

What do atrocities in Syria and Russia’s Olympic hopes have in common? A Russian tycoon named Vladimir Lisin.

Massacres Continue in Syria Despite UN Plan for Peace

The reported massacres in Houla and Mazraat al-Qubeir have dealt a fatal blow to United Nations special envoy Kofi Annan’s peace plan.

Syria – Time for a Russian “Intervention”

Russia has provided Syria with arms and political cover, repeatedly quashing any hope for meaningful action from the UN Security Council.

No Arms for Atrocities

The arms being sold right now to commit atrocities around the world are not regulated by any international laws or treaties.

The Pentagon’s Dirty Deal

Despite objections from Republicans and Democrats the Pentagon is fighting to get a contract with Rosoboronexport, Bashar al-Assad’s top weapons supplier.

The NATO and G8 Summits: Burma, Syria and Sudan

World leaders addressed global food insecurity, the Syrian crisis and reforms in Burma during the recent NATO and G8 Summits.

Atrocities Prevention, Technology and Syria

New sanctions against those using technology to enable mass atrocities are aimed directly at curbing the abuse of communications technology.

Annan Syria Peace Effort Can Succeed Despite Failing

The plan as set out by Annan will not be realized, but any failure will not be his, but that of Assad.

Friends of Syria Meeting a Tipping Point?

The international community is trying to entice Assad to move toward peace but are wary of his intentions.

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