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UN – Aleppo Srebrenica etc.

Analysis by Erol Avdovic – UNITED NATIONS – When one after the other, the British ambassador to the UN Matthew Rycroft and then his US colleague   ambassador Samantha Power at the UN Security Council compared the suffering of Aleppo with Srebrenica – for many it has evoked heavy images of Bosnian war between 1992 and [...]

Huge Challenges For Guterres

By Sebastian von Einsiedel and Cale Salih* - TOKYO (IDN-INPS) – The election of Donald Trump as the next United States President has created significant unease in the United Nations. As others have already noted, many of the statements Mr Trump has made as a candidate are at odds with the positions of the UN – on issues from human rights, [...]

Ban Ki-moon’s 10 Years

Barbara Crossette – Ban Ki-moon became the eighth secretary general of the United Nations in January 2007, in a world that was a much quieter place than it would soon become. Unforeseen ahead was the Great Recession, explosive civil protests in the Arab world and the deadly government backlashes that followed. The explosion of refugees from [...]

Panama Papers Hot Air

While the revelations in the “Panama Papers” are being reviewed by several state prosecutors, critics of the leak say that it’s a media storm without much real substance, Radio Deutsche Welle (RDW) reported . 
Journalists will name names, goes the critique, but they don’t have evidence that the names behind the shell companies are guilty of [...]

Declining Oil Prices in 2016

By Thalif Deen — UNITED NATIONS – (IPS) - The sharp decline in oil prices in the world market -– the lowest in nearly 13 years –- is expected to have a devastating impact on both developed and developing nations.
As the price of oil hit a new low of less than $30 per barrel last week [...]

Bosnia 20 Years after Dayton

By Claire Bigg (RFE) – Marko and Kata Pranjic returned to their village in Bosnia-Herzegovina two decades ago, hoping to put the horrors of war behind them after a Western-brokered peace deal ended the conflict that tore their country apart. 

But 20 years after the Dayton Accords were hammered out on an air base in the U.S. [...]

Nobel Svetlana Alexievich

By Svetlana Alexievich — I’ve been searching for a genre that would be most adequate to my vision of the world to convey how my ear hears and my eyes see life.I tried this and that and finally I chose a genre where human voices speak for themselves. Real people speak in my books about [...]

Pope and World Leaders at UN

By Thalif Deen | UNITED NATIONS (IPS) - The visit to the United Nations by Pope Francis during a General Assembly session, described as a historic first in the ageing 70-year-old organisation, has created a security nightmare both for the world body and New York city police.

The U.N. neighbourhood is expected to be turned into a war zone [...]

UN’s Lessons of Srebrenica

By Adama Dieng – It is with much humility that today we pay tribute to all those who, twenty years ago, were victims of the most heinous of all crimes, the crime of genocide. Today we are meeting to pay our respects to all those who lost their lives. They believed that they were safe [...]

Remembering & Documenting

By Haris Hromic - Remembering and documenting Srebrenica Genocide is a lifelong process. It is a generational process. This institution in the past two weeks including today’s event and with scheduled event tomorrow is making its contribution to this important process.
Social science will instruct us that it take about three decades, before society is ready to [...]

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