Matthew Daniels is Chair of Law and Human Rights and Founder of the Center for Human Rights and International Affairs at IWP. Full bio

The human rights holocaust of North Korea

It should come as no surprise that North Korea is threatening parts of the United States with annihilation. For decades, the North Korean regime has been systematically annihilating segments of its own population.

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Digital Doublespeak on Privacy

“Privacy Policy” is one of the great oxymorons of the Digital Age. The term also speaks volumes about how the current corporate paradigm of data collection hides behind digital doublespeak.

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Trump and Torture

A lot of attention has been focused on President-Elect Donald Trump’s past statements endorsing the use of torture.

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Winning the War of Ideas Online

The Iraqi effort to retake Mosul from ISIS is proceeding apace with not insignificant help from the United States.  But the effort to defeat ISIS globally will be much more complicated and difficult.  As with any war, fighting enemy troops through direct violent engagement is a brutal and bloody affair.  Such confrontations may be necessary to win battles,…

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Data Overdosing And National Insecurity

Yahoo was forced last week to stop concealing the largest data breach in American history. In one sense, the disclosure was no shock since Pew Research reports that 91% of Americans realize they have lost control of critical personal data to corporations. But the Yahoo breach does reveal something more sinister.

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Guide to Human Rights in the Republic of Korea

Human Rights Resource Guide – Republic of Korea 2014 is a comprehensive resource guide which categorizes major human rights issues of Korea according to ten selected Articles of Universal Declaration of Human Rights and contains extensive resources regarding each human rights issue in order to assist those who are interested in human rights as a…

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