The U.S. permanent representative to the UN, Nikki Haley said that the next major international crises may arise in North Korea, Iran and Cuba due to the mass violations of human rights. About it reports TASS.
According to her, when the state began to systematically violate human rights, it is a sign, red flag, one of the most obvious indicators of impending instability and violence that spill across borders. “It is not surprising that the most brutal regimes are the worst violators of human rights,” said Haley, citing the example of Korea, Syria, Myanmar and Burundi.
According to the US Ambassador, the next international crisis may well come from places where human rights violations are routinely ignored. “Perhaps it will be North Korea, Iran or Cuba. We don’t know where the next uprising against violations of fundamental human rights, but we know from history that they are coming,” she said.
Haley warned that if the UN security Council will not take seriously violations of human rights, they can grow to these challenges to peace and security.
On 16 January the Human rights organization Human Rights Watch (HRW) declared elected President of the USA of Donald trump’s “the threat to human rights”. A report by the organization said that trump’s victory was the result of a “campaign that was full of misogyny (i.e., it contains elements of contempt and hatred towards women — approx. “Of the tape.ru”), xenophobic and racist rhetoric.”