The governmental anti-cult mission that his former member, sociologist Olivier Bobineau, denounced as a “police des esprits” will receive € 1 million per year.
Freedom of religion has been recently placed by the U.S. at the top place in a hierarchy of human rights. This will change, announced Secretary Blinken.
Ex-Mormon billionaire James Huntsman sues the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He wants back what he donated in 24 years.
Passed in first reading by the National Assembly, the law is now in the Senate. The text is better than the original draft, but problems remain.
The 2016 Taxpayers Rights Protection Act should have solved the problems of unfair tax enforcement. It did not succeed completely, as the Tai Ji Men case continues to show.
Rogue bureaucrats guilty of human rights violations should be prosecuted to prevent further abuse.
A music teacher with extensive academic experience reflects on what music has to do with global education and human rights.
The Russian experience may serve as a cautionary tale for what is now happening in Taiwan.
Some reflection on the Republic of China’s Judicial Day, from the point of view of a Western scholar.