Despite being adopted in 1948, the principles in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights remain under threat nearly 70 years later. Conflict Zone confronts guests on human rights issues in this recent highlights show.
Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic told DW's Conflict Zone that the 1995 massacre in Srebrenica was "not genocide." She also said Serbia was not ready to join the EU before 2025.
The gloves were off when Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic appeared on DW's Conflict Zone. The interview whipped up a frenzy in a country not used to politicians having to answer hard-hitting questions.
Alexander Stubb wants to become the next president of the EU Commission. But does he have what it takes to tackle rising populism and bring together a deeply divided continent? He spoke to DW's Conflict Zone.
Pro-democracy activists say China is silencing dissent in Hong Kong. DW's Conflict Zone asks Horace Cheung, VP of the largest pro-Beijing party in the territory, whether he is willing to allow China to curtail rights.
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