Category: In the News

I think another day one action is Paris Climate Accord. We will have missed the deadline, unfortunately, to withdraw...But the U.S. could...

Peter Yeo

President, Better World Campaign

UN Dispatch

More important from the WHO’s point of view is whether the US, as a member, would restart its full funding.

Jordie Hannum

Exec. Director, Better World Campaign

Pass Blue

But while ISIS aims to push Iraq back into widespread conflict, there is still time for the government in Baghdad, the international...

Jordie Hannum

Exec. Dir., Better World Campaign

Just Security

To cut money from the World Health Organization just as the WHO is on the front lines of the conoravirus rattles the...

Peter Yeo

President, Better World Campaign

The Washington Post

This is precisely the wrong time to be cutting funds to the World Health Organization.

Peter Yeo

President, Better World Campaign

Foreign Policy

That’s why planting the seeds of stability and opportunity now is so important. If the work is successful, most outside observers will...

Jordie Hannum

Exec. Director, Better World Campaign

Foreign Policy

Should the administration withdraw, as it originally planned, or stay within the UPU and work toward a solution?

Peter Yeo

President, Better World Campaign

The Hill

Thanks to a newly opened border crossing with Jordan, migrants are heading back to their country. But their ordeal is far from...

Micah Spangler

Dir., Advocacy & Humanitarian Affairs

Foreign Policy

This is basically a slash and burn approach as it relates to the U.N. regular budget and U.N. peacekeeping.

Peter Yeo

President, Better World Campaign

Foreign Policy

U.N. workers face unbelievable risks to help people all over the world.

Peter Yeo

President, Better World Campaign

Los Angeles Times

A lot of State Department employees feel that there is not a lot of direction right now.

Peter Yeo

President, Better World Campaign

Boise State Public Radio