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No Place for Rapists in Peacekeeping
In the News, News | 04/11/2016
There is a “cancer” within the United Nations—a term employed by Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon himself—and it must be cut out. I don’t repeat this lightly, especially not as one of the organization’s chief advocates.
Mali Terror Threat Runs Deep – The World Post
In the News | 11/23/2015
The attack is sadly part of an escalating pattern. United Nations peacekeeping troops in the nation have regularly been the target of extremist groups and suicide attackers.
POLL: Voters Support Foreign Policy Approach That Prioritizes Diplomacy – Huffington Post
In the News | 10/23/2015
As Americans begin to consider the candidates for 2016, they have already made a clear decision about how the right leader will approach the world.
Nuclear Iran: Five Reasons Why the IAEA Is Up to the Task – Huffington Post
In the News | 07/19/2015
With a nuclear agreement between Iran and the P5+1 in place, both supporters and opponents can agree there is a key lynchpin to its successful implementation: the UN's International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).
Stopping #COVID19 will require cooperation by the entire global community. Last week, @antonioguterres sat down with @NewsHour to explain why effective coordination is key in all corners of the world. https://t.co/yKtAsAL1ZH
RT @USAmbUN: On #NationalDoctorsDay, @USUN sends our sincerest thanks and appreciation to doctors across the United States and around the g…
RT @unfoundation: "Despite social distancing, we’re more connected than ever,” says Peter Yeo, President of @BetterWorldOrg. Will the #CO…
RT @SenateForeign: Thanks to the @UN for the kind donation of 250,000 masks to NYC to combat the #coronavirus. https://t.co/tXzSAof8TK