Interpol’s New Leadership Demonstrates Lack of Will for Reform
December 17th, 2021
In their recent article in The National Interest, Sandra Grossman and Ted Bromund discuss the troubling election of new INTERPOL president Ahmed Naser al-Raisi, a UAE general facing credible accusations of torture. INTERPOL is frequently criticized by human rights activists for its propensity to be manipulated and abused by dictatorial and autocratic nations. The election of al-Raisi has done little qwell those concerns. Grossman and Bromund also explore the obligation of the U.S. to be a leader in maintaining the integrity of INTERPOL, starting with the TRAP Act.
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