human rights violations

The Russian Federation is one of INTERPOL’s 190 member countries, which means that it has the privilege of using INTERPOL’s databases to help it track down wanted suspects and convicts for prosecution and sentencing. ¬†Along with that privilege comes the obligation to follow INTERPOL’s rules, not the least of which are the requirements that every

 This post is an updated version of the original, which was published in July of 2011.

 

How could INTERPOL shield itself from being used as a political weapon against a corrupt country’s own people? In a previous post, I referenced an article by CNN writer Libby Lewis entitled, “Are some countries abusing Interpol?”