The international community calls on Russia to reverse a decision by the so-called Supreme Court in Crimea to ban the legislature of the Crimean Tatars.
The conflict in Ukraine has worsened, violence has increased, and challenges to the implementation of the Minsk cease-fire agreements have only grown.
As Russia’s occupation of Crimea enters its third year, the international community is worried about the situation on the Ukrainian peninsula.
Two recent independent reports paint a bleak picture of Internet freedom in Russia. Do you think that infringing on Internet access violates your rights?
The global community has been quick to condemn the 22-year sentence handed out by a Russian court to Ukrainian pilot and parliamentarian Nadiya Savchenko.
There has been an outpouring of support for Nadiya Savchenko, a Ukrainian pilot and parliamentarian who has been unjustly held by Russia since June 2014.
As Crimea nears two years under Russia’s occupation, Crimean Tatars suffer repression at the hands of Russian occupation authorities.
At the 2016 Munich Security Conference, Secretary John Kerry emphasizes that sanctions on Russia were imposed to stand up for Ukraine’s fundamental rights.
The Kremlin is trying to discredit a decadeslong U.S. program aimed at preventing the misuse of infectious diseases.