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Posted On: May 31, 2002          Updated On: May 31, 2002
© Terence T. Gorski, 2001

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL ANNUAL REPORT 
FOCUSES ON US RESPONSIBILITY

Today, Amnesty International released its 2002 Annual Report on the status of human rights around the world. The report, which documents human rights concerns in 152 countries, provides numerous examples of how the post-September 11 "war on terrorism" has been used by governments worldwide to quash legitimate dissent, justify ongoing conflicts and limit criticism of abuses by others.

Most notably, the organization is concerned that the US government has instituted a self-imposed gag order, stifling its criticism of the human rights practices of many old and new allies as it works to maintain a global coalition in the “war on terrorism.” By doing so, the US has signaled a de facto green light for governments around the world to ignore fundamental human rights standards.

The organization is also concerned about the impact of recent and ongoing human rights failings by the US government.  Specifically, Amnesty International is drawing attention to:
-- widespread detention of foreigners post-September 11
-- use of the death penalty
-- failure to prosecute known torturers seeking safe haven in the US
-- pending use of military tribunals
-- export of torture devices
-- exceptionalism to international treaties
-- mistreatment of asylum-seekers
-- selective recognition of Geneva Conventions protections.

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