The Trump administration says it is a matter of principle. “We decide who is allowed to come into our country. The approach in the New York Declaration is not compatible with U.S. sovereignty," the administration says. Nonsense. The New York Declaration is a vague description of intentions, a "disappointment" for all [Read more]
Executive Secretary of the Economic Commission for Africa Carlos Lopes supported Angola’s position yesterday with respect to the need to enlarge the number of permanent and non-permanent members of the United Nations Security Council.
Enlargement is aimed at making the political body more representative and better [Read more]
The speech to be delivered by the president of the United States, always regarded with great anticipation, will have an equal air of suspense surrounding it this year, as it will be Obama’s final speech before the General Assembly.
After the liberation of Palmyra, maybe the regime will accuse the Islamic State group of being responsible for all the atrocities and crimes.
Prime Minister Abe ought to take this opportunity to show leadership and immediately declare nuclear power a lost cause.
The cities saw large banners, heard shouts and lectures, all as a part of a mass demand directed at the most important leaders of the planet.
If New York is the metropolis of the Western world where all ethnicities co-exist, the United Nations organization is its mirror. Overall, 193 countries worldwide take part in this international organization, which was founded after the end of World War II to prevent future conflicts. This week the U.N. General [Read more]
The international community is ready to help, as it realizes that Americans are failing to keep up with the challenging tasks that they themselves are trying to dictate to the world.