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2020 Could be Niger’s Year of Reckoning
In the News, News | 01/10/2020
The country is home to one of the largest deployments of U.S. military personnel in Africa and is a linchpin of regional stability—but the coming year could throw all that into turmoil, write Micah Spangler and Jordie Hannum.
Business, ballots and battling opioids: Why the Universal Postal Union benefits the US
In the News, News | 09/26/2019
As the U.S. debates withdrawing from the Universal Postal Union, BWC President Peter Yeo writes in The Hill about why the UN agency remains key to American interests at home and abroad.
United Nations mourns 21 employees killed in Ethiopian Airlines plane crash
In the News, News | 03/12/2019
BWC President Peter Yeo speaks to the Los Angeles Times on the sacrifices made by UN workers around the globe.
Yes, The United Nations Is Still Necessary – Defense One
In the News, News | 12/14/2018
BWC President Peter Yeo writes in Defense One about the value of the United Nations.
Inequalities are at a historic high, according to new @UNDESA #WorldSocialReport. Out of every 10 people, 7 live in a country with rising income inequalities. But we can change the trend. https://t.co/O5HMcWlJF4
RT @Lacroix_UN: Sexual exploitation & abuse by UN personnel undermines trust by millions of people we have pledged to protect &serve. We ne…
Have you ever wondered what dinner or breakfast is like for people who don’t get enough to eat? @WFPUSA shows you what a meal is like for people in 9 of the world's hungriest countries. https://t.co/zy3cWnKUVW
RT @UN_Spokesperson: Watch: Secretary-General @antonioguterres briefs General Assembly on his priorities for 2020: https://t.co/YDghrBCyDr