Ali Riaz said that the nature of the crimes against Rohingya and their forcible deportation to Bangladesh falls under the purview of ICC's jurisdictions.
Ali Riaz shared his thoughts about the North Korea-U.S. nuclear summit in an interview with Central Illinois on the Record June 17, 2018.
Professor Ali Riaz was interviewed and quoted in international editions of the newspaper Metro on June 12 and 13 about the Trump-Kim summit held in…
Eleven Illinois State University students visited Washington, D.C., for the 2018 American Democracy Project Civic Engagement trip from June 3-10.
T.Y. Wang, Chair and Professor of Politics and Government, commented on the historic summit between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-Un.
Ali Riaz published a commentary piece on Myanmar's Rohingya crisis in Bangladesh's Daily Star.
Ali Riaz has published a commentary on the heightened number of extrajudicial killings by law enforcement agencies in the past months in Bangladesh.
Department of Politics and Government faculty and students attended an awards luncheon on April 23, 2018 at the Circus Room in Bone Student Center.
Ali Riaz has published a commentary about the uncertainty surrounding the U.S.-North Korea summit.
Distinguished Professor Ali Riaz expressed concerns that a Rohingya militant group Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army (ARSA) killed Hindu women, men, and children last August in Myanmar.