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UN Call For Independent Investigation on Attacks

(WEBPUBLICAPRESS) – UNITED NATIONS – New York – The UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has called on all actors in the region to “avoid a major confrontation.” The US and UK have accused Iran of attacking tankers transiting through the Persian Gulf.

Guterres called for an independent investigation into apparent attacks on tankers transiting through the Persian Gulf, Strait [...]

Asia-Pacific Region Falters Development Goals

By Thalif Deen – UNITED NATIONS – UN Deputy Secretary-General Amina Mohammed told a Chatham House meeting in London last week that the UN’s Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), one of the legacies of the late Secretary-General Kofi Annan, “spawned tremendous progress” in the battle against poverty worldwide.
She pointed out that the number of people living on [...]

Regular UN Security Council’s Annual Reshuffle

By John J. Metzler - UNITED NATIONS — In an annual process of diplomatic musical chairs the 193 member UN General Assembly has picked five countries to serve on the Security Council as non-permanent members.  Estonia, Niger, Tunisia, St. Vincent, and the Grenadines and Vietnam were elected to two-year terms on the powerful Council starting next January.
The [...]

Non-nuclear States Discuss Non Proliferation

(WEBPUBLICA) NEW YORK - Diplomats from 16 countries have convened in Stockholm to focus on the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT). Their aim is to prevent the spread of atomic weapons, calling it “a danger to world peace.” Foreign ministers from those non-nuclear countries gathered in Stockholm, Sweden, Tuesday to discuss the state of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT), urging [...]

After All Vatican Rejects Idea of Gender Fluidity

(WEBPUBLICA) NEW YORK - The Vatican has rejected the idea that people can choose or change their own gender, saying it poses a threat to traditional families, VOA News reported quoting other news sources.

According to VOA – in a new teaching document, the Vatican’s Catholic education department says the idea of gender fluidity was “nothing more [...]

The Rise and Fall of Social-Democracy in Europe

By Christoph Hasselbach (DW) — Germany’s SPD isn’t the only party of social democrats currently struggling in Europe. But while some suffer even more, others are ascendant. DW looks at the ups and downs of Europe’s left-leaning parties.

Denmark is the most recent example of Social Democratic success in Europe. The Socialdemokraterne emerged from the general election [...]

World’s Displacement Crises Worsened by Lack of Funds, Political Will or Media Attention

By Thalif Deen - UNITED NATIONS – The world’s 10 most under reported displacement crises— which have rendered millions of people homeless– have continued to worsen due either to political neglect, a shortage of funds or lack of media attention, according to a new report released by the Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC).
NRC Secretary-General Jan Egeland says [...]

Remember Tiananmen Square Thirty Years Ago

By John J. Metzler - UNITED NATIONS — We all remember where we were when the Tiananmen Square crackdown occurred.  I recall a Friday evening episode of the TV program “Dallas” being interrupted as the news switched live to Beijing.   Moments later Chinese police forced their way into the CBS News transmission trailer and shut down the [...]

China and Russia – Not Quite Equal Partners

By Miodrag Sorić (DW) - The Russian and Chinese leaders are set to meet once again, at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum after having cozied up repeatedly in recent years. Miodrag Soric reports from Moscow.

 On a visit to China in early April, Russian President Vladimir Putin triumphantly announced that his country had traded goods worth more than [...]

Did US Shared Nuclear Info With Saudi Arabia

(WEBPUBLICAPRESS) – REUTERS/HURRIYET – ISTANBUL The Trump administration granted two authorizations to U.S. companies to share sensitive nuclear power information with Saudi Arabia shortly after the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi in October, a U.S. senator who saw details of the approvals said on June 4, Reuters reported according to the Turkish Hurriyet Daily News.
The timing of the approvals is likely to [...]

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