The United States needs to halt its assistance to Bahrain until the country implements promised democratic reforms.
Thanks to the crackdown, Bahrain is increasingly riven by sectarianism, with a more energized Sunni minority and a discredited Shia parliamentary bloc.
Bahrain finds an off-label use for tear gas as chemical warfare.
A new documentary portrays the least famous and least successful of the Arab revolts.
Now is the time for the world’s leaders to show support for human rights in practice, not just words.
This month the United States lifted restrictions on a host of sales to the moderate Crown Prince of Bahrain in hopes of increasing his influence in the government.
President Obama promised that he’d stop buttressing autocratic regimes, but Bahrain’s popular revolt is still being crushed.
A year after President Obama promised that Washington would stop buttressing autocratic regimes, Bahrain’s popular revolt is still being crushed.
As it criticizes Russia for its military support of Syria, the Obama administration should reexamine its relationship with Bahrain.
An anti-government protester flashes a victory sign in front of riot police during an anti-government rally demanding the release of human rights activist Abdulhadi al-Khawaja, in Manama, Bahrain.
Despite a pause on most security cooperation with Bahrain, the United States is still supplying it with boats.
Bahrain’s Interior Ministry has hired the heavy-handed former police chief of Philadelphia and Miami.
The United States is going ahead with an arms sale to Bahrain despite Congressional opposition and criticism from human rights observers.
Medical ethics has a long and honorable history that U.S. officials and medical professionals must uphold for the doctors and nurses in Bahrain.
On the Walk of Shame, poets visit the embassies of Burma, Yemen, and Turkmenistan to read aloud the poems that can’t be read inside those countries.