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U. S. Helsinki Commission


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Representative Christopher H. Smith


Senator Roger F. Wicker

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Smith: Azerbaijan Referendum Lacks Legitimacy

Atrocities in Iraq & Syria: Relief for Survivors and Accountability for Perpetrators

Moldova at a Crossroads

Hearing Addresses Genocide, War Crimes Driving Refugee Crisis in OSCE

Bipartisan Legislation to Bring Back Convicted Criminals Abroad Passes Subcommittee

Smith: Offer Victims of Genocide in Iraq and Syria a Lifeline

Helsinki Commission Briefing to Examine Challenges to Moldovan Security, Including Russian Destabilization Efforts

Our Impact by Country

Helsinki Commission Honored for Work on Ukraine

Atrocities in Iraq, Syria Focus of Upcoming Helsinki Commission Hearing


Azerbaijan’s Constitutional Referendum Creates Crisis of Legitimacy

Chairman Smith Supports Genocide Victims in Syria and Iraq

It’s Time for the United States to Act on Azerbaijan

OSCE Election Observation

Five Years of the Transatlantic Inclusion Leaders Network