Securing Rights is the personal blog of Daniel Solomon. During the day, I’m a consultant at a Washington, DC-based strategy and technology consulting firm. Otherwise, I’m a writer and independent consultant on mass atrocity prevention.

On this blog, I discuss violent conflict, mass atrocities, and mass atrocity prevention. I also publish miscellaneous pieces on U.S. and European cultural and intellectual history, all emerging personal interests, on my Tumblr.

The posts reflect my own opinion, and do not represent the perspectives of any organization.

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