19 thoughts on “‘Humanitarian wars’, Bahrain, and Samantha Power

  1. Parliament bans protest in capital

    BAHRAIN: Parliament supported a series of new laws today intended to quell Arab Spring-inspired protests which have spanned the last 30 months.

    They include bans on all protests in the capital and the imposition of the death penalty for anyone found with explosives.


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