In practice, the IOC position is simply toadying to authoritarian regimes and powerful interests while showing it is prepared to turn a blind eye to war...
Now that the decision to send tanks to Ukraine has been made, there is no time to waste getting them there to deter the Russian offensive.
Relive the stories of 2022 that our readers were most interested in. Number 4 is: Ukraine, and all that has to do with Russia's war.
Head of the Nobel Peace Prize winning Center for Civil Liberties, Oleksandra Matviichuk charges Putin with rewarding war atrocities in an exclusive interview.
Like what it is doing to Ukraine, Russia's occupation of Japan's Northern Territories is a "violation of international law and needs to be resolved," says Ukrainian...
Professor Tomoko Ako argues that creating a counter-narrative based on the logic of democracy is a key strategy in combating digital authoritarianism.
Weaponizing famine, the Kremlin blockading Ukraine's grain shipments to Africa and the Middle East in a food crisis is an inhumane violation of human rights.
Growing ties with Japan and the West, along with championing itself as a global leader, are pressing India to reconsider its relationship with Russia.
The Russian Federation's faltering invasion of Ukraine is revealing deep political rifts at home and concerns about what's to come.
Did the actions of one Japanese swordsman set in motion Tsar Nicholas' revenge, leading to the Russo-Japanese war and even World War I?
The international community should respond to Russia's annexations and accompanying threats by rejecting this travesty in its entirety.
The number one reason for the existence of the United Nations is to preserve peace and security in the world, which Russia has trampled and China...