The continued imposition of sanctions by Britain, the U.S. and its allies is essentially irresponsible, particularly now when COVID-19 is killing people at a rate unseen in over a century.
The United States is worried about more Chinese being elected to lead United Nations agencies, but there is an element of hypocrisy in the American efforts to stymie the rise of a rival.
The EU must now gather strength and enter the arena. There is too much at stake to let Trump lay down all the rules in the Middle East conflict.
The international community, so reviled by populist, individualist and isolationist leaders recently, must take a step forward.
[T]he nations of the world have issued their final say on the matter: UNRWA remains standing.
There is nothing quite like revealing the huge pile of garbage hiding under a tidy carpet of excellence paraded by the world's leading nation.
[W]ith the threat of impeachment looming over the U.S. president, the Chinese believe that now is the time to launch a counterattack.
... [T]he recent rise of populism and supremacist ideology in the halls of power are again deepening the racial breach ...
The United Nations is not something for the United States to arrogantly order around.
[G]lobal polarization has also infiltrated international climate politics.