Survival is our only tool and we will cling to it - even if we have to cross borders". The murder, rape, torture, violence, burnings, lootings, and forced evictions of Rohingya are continuing. The Burma security forces have a long history of discrimination and systematic human rights abuses against Rohingya. Described by some as an ‘open prison’ (Lewa 2009: 11). The most frequently documented large-scale abuses include: extra-judicial killings;rape and sexual violence; torture; political arrests and detentions; forced relocation;destruction of livelihoods and confiscations of land and resources; home and business arson;forced labour; child labour; human trafficking; use of child soldiers; and the denial offreedom of movement, assembly, association, expression, and religion (Islamic Human RightsCommission 2005 and Petrasek 2000).
After the genocide, refugees were guaranteed the right to return home, but most of them did not want to go back. The drawback of the Dayton Accord is that it required one member of the Croatians, Serbians, and Bosnians to split the role of presidency, which could open the door for something similar to happen again in the future. Slobodan milosevic was put on trial for 66 accounts of war crimes, crimes against humanity, and genocide in February 2002. In 2006, Milosevic was found dead in his prison cell, well before his trial was expected to end. Ratko Mladic who was the man leading the biggest genocides was finally arrested in 2012, and was faced with 11 accounts of war crimes and genocides.
It was the culmination of longstanding ethnic competition and tensions between the minority Tutsi, who had controlled power for centuries, and the majority Hutu peoples, who had come to power in the rebellion of 1959–1962 and overthrown the Tutsi monarchy. During this period, the world was horrified as a terrible campaign of bloodbath overtook the whole country. This genocide had been planned by members of the Hutu power group known as the Akazu, many of whom
We befriended the Cherokee and a couple other dangerous tribes though in defence of their tactics. In the American war many of the Natives sided with the British to try and defeat the colonists and regain their lands. In this time western Pennsylvania and New York became savage battlegrounds. After the defeat of the British the newly set boundaries for America ensured that their would be more and more conflicts with the resident tribes. Chief Little Turtle gathered several hundred men and stationed the along the Maumee River which was led by
Imagine all your human right’s strip away from you within a second. Throughout history governments have denied human right to a certain group of people by adopting new polices and/or violence. A government using violence against it people to get them to agree or even do what they want is still seen today. Throughout history countries like Cambodia and Rwanda are places where the government look away their people’s human rights. By 1970 Cambodia was starting to break apart.
This paper will consider the consequences of warfare on vulnerable groups in the light of the international humanitarian law. It is a study that asks the question what are the effects of armed conflicts on human rights? This observation reviews the violations of international human rights law and humanitarian law during wars and armed conflicts over the previous and recent years and through several cases. The Battle of Solferino was the direct cause to establish the international humanitarian law. Moreover, armed conflicts continue to be a fundamental source in developing the principles for the confirmation affecting this law.
External factors such as communism and China too had a role in the war as communist countries supported some Zimbabwean parties .The ZANLA was supported by North Korea and the People’s Republic of China and the ZAPU was supported by the USSR and East Germany.  Before the actual war began, Rhodesia at the time had already been experiencing civil unrest between the years 1957-1964. Civillians boycotted buses as the fare rates were too high and many political parties were too banned. The war began in July 1964 when ZANLA forces assassinated a Rhodesian Front
This conflict has not only effected India and Pakistan but has also made an impact globally. Till date Pakistan and India have fought two full fledge wars because of this conflict in 1965 and 1971 which have resulted in many causalities. On daily basis the two countries confront each other on the LOCs working boundaries. Global perspective The matter of Kashmir was first taken to United Nations in 1948 by India which complained that Pakistan was sending military troops to help the rebellious groups in Indian controlled Kashmir. After it this issue became under the discussion in Security Council.
", 2017). During the British rule (1824-1948), there were many migrations of laborers to Myanmar from today's India and Bangladesh. After their independence from British, the government viewed the migration that took place during British rule as illegal, and it is on this basis that they refuse citizenship to the majority of Rohingya. In 1962 military coups in Myanmar, things changed dramatically for the Rohingya. Since the 1970s, the local state have forced Rohingya to flee to Bangladesh, Malaysia, Thailand and other Southeast Asian countries.
Introduction Malaysia is a country of many races and as a result they encounter many cases of racism on the internet, in the news and sometimes in their daily lives. This report is to highlight the negative impact of racism towards Malaysians and how they can prevent it from happening. 1.1) Research problem There has been a lot of cases reported on various media platforms regarding the subject of racism. Such an example can be found 2 years ago during the “Plaza Low Yat incident” (Sivalingam, 2015). This event brought on a lot of racial tension with Politicians quoting about the return of the May 13 1969 incident (Ahmad, 2007).