Human Rights

A Presidency Bathed in Blood

One year into President Duterte's term, the Philippines's populist moment has also been a bloody one.

By Sheila S. Coronel

How to Build the Resistance

What can American progressives learn from the struggles of the Israeli left?

By Dahlia Scheindlin Matthew Duss

Pragmatism Isn’t Enough

Sanity, pragmatism, and prudence are necessary. But are they sufficient? A response to Joseph S. Nye.

By Richard Just

Pushing Back Against the Tyrants

How to counter the alarming authoritarian assault on civil society groups.

By Suzanne Nossel

In Search of a Global Ethic

Research in 25 cities shows that norms across cultures may not be so different after all.

By Devin Stewart