Phil Robertson - Human Rights Watch


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We don't believe those operations did stop. The narrative pushed by the military and Aung San Suu Kyi on the clearance operations is patently
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We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which Phil Robertson is associated, including Duterte and Southeast Asia. Most recently, Phil Robertson has been quoted saying: “The UN is going to have to acknowledge their significant share of blame in letting this situation descend this far, this fast.” in the article Rohingya crisis: UN 'suppressed' report predicting its shortcomings in Myanmar.
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Sep 14 2017 - Burma

It's premature to

Sep 14 2017 - Burma

When an army is burning people out of their villages all over northern Rakhine state and using violence against civilians, it results in the kind of incredible refugee flows we're seeing. We have not yet been able to determine whether a 'state of war' is present in Rakhine

Sep 12 2017 - Malaysia

There's little doubt that Najib will use this White House visit to burnish his credentials going into next year's election in Malaysia, and redouble his repression of critics using the stamp of approval from this

Sep 08 2017 - Refugees

The Burmese government has an obligation to protect everyone in the country, but if safety cannot even be found in area capitals, then no place may be

Sep 04 2017 - Rohingya

There are only so many times even someone like her should receive the benefit of the

Sep 02 2017 - Refugees

New satellite imagery shows the total destruction of a Muslim village, and prompts serious concerns that the level of devastation in northern Rakhine state may be far worse than originally

Sep 02 2017 - Cambodia

Freedom of speech is rapidly becoming a highly endangered right in Prime Minister Hun Sen's march down the road to dictatorship in

Aug 12 2017

Do I think they start out with the idea of beating someone to death? No. But do I think that there's no accountability or controls in the system? Yes. And that's the fundamental

Aug 02 2017 - Trump Presidency

Trump and his policies bear a lot of responsibility for this worsening

Aug 01 2017 - Immigration

Since the South Korean constitution recognizes all Koreans as its citizens, it is possible for Thailand to recognize South Korea as a legitimate destination to deport North

Jul 14 2017

One of the de facto ground rules was the hostage gets returned in generally OK health. Warmbier's case broke that mold and has generated more questions than

Jul 05 2017 - Human Rights

Her activism has been motivated in part by her strong views that her children should inherit a country where human rights, environmental protection, and rule of law are meaningful and part of everyday reality, and not just rhetoric spouted by the ruling Communist Party. Many people both inside and outside of Vietnam admire Mother Mushroom for her straight-forward views, her unbending principles, and her bravery in taking action when she has so much at stake with her young

Jul 02 2017 - Facebook

Facebook is being used as an organizing tool, as a self-publishing platform, as a monitoring device for people when they are being detained and when they get

Apr 24 2017 - Deportation

By now, there are plenty of survivor accounts that reveal (North Korean leader) Kim Jong Un's administration is routinely persecuting those who are forced back to North Korea after departing illegally, and subjecting them to torture, sexual violence, forced labor – and even

Mar 16 2017 - Singapore

The governments should recognise that peace and stability requires promoting tolerance, not kowtowing to extremists who haven't figured out that their children are going to watch everything on the internet anyway some day. These three governments should protect freedom of expression and the arts, and tell the gaggle of extremists to stay at home if they don't want to see the

Dec 24 2016 - United Nations

Amos Yee is the sort of classic political dissident that the U.N. Refugee Convention was designed to protect, and Human Rights Watch hopes the U.S. will recognize his asylum

Dec 14 2016

With this final decision running roughshod over Anwar's rights and sending him back to prison, Najib and the ruling UMNO party have just fired the starting gun on the expected 2018 election by permanently sidelining the opposition's most capable

Dec 09 2016 - Rohingya

Quite clearly, there is a major domestic political dimension to this, as Najib positions himself as the champion of downtrodden Muslims in the region, which he and UMNO obviously believe will be popular in the Malay Muslim heartland. And of course, talking about the Rohingya is a good way to change the subject from the 1MDB

Nov 18 2016 - Rohingya

This is a recipe for rights abuses against the Rohingya. The Burmese government is foolhardy to think they will be able to control the local recruits operating on a basis of bias against the Rohingya

Nov 04 2016 - Burma

Rather than trying to shut down reports that it doesn't like, the government should respect press freedom and permit journalists to do their jobs by investigating what is really happening on the

Oct 13 2016 - Malaysia

We found that there were few countries in Southeast Asia worse than Malaysia when it came to the rapid deterioration of human rights... it's like a bad movie

Oct 13 2016 - Malaysia

What Malaysia is trying to do is put the internet genie back in the bottle, back to a time when the government had greater control over information received by its

Oct 02 2016

Is that what Duterte wants? Does he want to be sent to the International Criminal Court? Because he's working his way

Sep 04 2016

It's a test case for Obama. If he mentions it publicly it would make it much more difficult for Laos to sweep it under the carpet. The fact that the most powerful man on the planet cares about Sombath will count for

Jun 20 2016 - Taiwan

This group should be allowed to appeal their deportation in a full and fair hearing in a court of law rather than be hustled on to a plane and sent to an uncertain fate back in

May 22 2016 - Human Rights

In one fell swoop, President Obama has jettisoned what remained of U.S. leverage to improve human rights in Vietnam - and basically gotten nothing for

Apr 22 2016

Let's remember that none of the factories operating in Rana Plaza had trade

Apr 22 2013 - Burma

The EU steps are premature and unfortunate, since it will diminish the EU's leverage with the Burmese government. Essentially, in our view, the EU member countries are ditching measures that have motivated the current progress on human

Jan 13 2012

We would compare the prisoners' releases to a race. We've run part of the race, and just because you run a very good last lap around the track doesn't mean that you stop running. We have to make sure that we get to the end of this road, we ensure that all prisoners are

Jun 21 2010

The issue is that it's a moral matter, you can't torture people. That's something that the UN has agreed upon, that has become a norm around the world. And caning is considered a form of torture. It's a cruel, inhuman and degrading punishment. And under the UN convention of torture, it's included in that

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