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Does UN Sanctions Work

By Ramesh Jaura – BERLIN | NEW YORK (IDN) – The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) maintains a tight spider network around the world that enables it “to employ great ingenuity in using formal banking channels and bulk cash transfers to facilitate illicit endeavours,” a close look at the Report of the UN Panel of Experts monitoring [...]

Subject to State Violence

(WEBPUBLICAPRESS) NEW YORK – Within 24 hours, roughly 20,000 Rohingya have fled Myanmar for Bangladesh, according to UN sources. Rights groups have urged the Burmese government to allow monitors into affected areas to “uncover what’s going on,” news agencies reported.
At United Nations Headquarters in New York top diplomats strongly condemned the actions of Myanmar government. [...]

UN for Two-State Solution

By Santo D. Banerjee – UNITED NATIONS (IDN) – Despite the scepticism – if not opposition – of the veto-wielding United States to realizing a two-State solution, a senior United Nations official has urged the parties to the longstanding Israeli-Palestinian conflict to recommit to that solution and to ending the occupation of Palestinian lands.
This view was [...]

Women Central to Peace

By Amina J. Mohammed – Following is a slightly abridged version of UN Deputy Secretary-General Amina J. Mohammed’s remarks at the Security Council meeting on peace and security in Africa, in which she reports on her visits to Nigeria and the Democratic Republic of the Congo. – Editor
UNITED NATIONS (WEBPUBLICAPRESS) – This undertaking, from 19 to [...]

New Head of UN DPA

By J Nastranis -UNITED NATIONS (IDN) – Nearly three months after Cristina Gallach of Spain vacated her post as head of the United Nations Department of Public Information (DPI), Secretary-General António Guterres has appointed Alison Smale of the United Kingdom as her successor with the designation Under-Secretary-General for Global Communications.
Smale is the first head of DPI since [...]

Vets for AntiNuke Treaty

By Brian Trautman, Gerry Condon, Samantha Ferguson NEW YORK | SAN FRANCISCO | ST. LOUIS (IDN) – On July 7 2017, the United Nations, in a historic decision, approved a legally binding instrument to ban nuclear weapons, the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons. Months of negotiations involving over 130 countries began in March 2017, culminating [...]

Will Arabs Pull Out of UN

By Thalif Deen — UNITED NATIONS- When Saudi Arabia – which has been spearheading a coalition of Arab states in a devastating war against Yemen since 2015 – was accused of bombing civilians, and particularly children caught up in the conflict, the government in Riyadh threatened to cut off humanitarian funding to the world body.
As [...]

Witnessing Catastrophe

By John J. Metzler UNITED NATIONS — In an impassioned appeal to the media, UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres decried the rising tide of refugees worldwide, but advised that ultimately political solutions to the crises remain the key to stem the tide creating chaotic human displacements.
While more than 65 million people around the world are victims of [...]

State of Refugee Worst Ever

By Lisa Schlein (VOA News) GENEVA — A new report has found that more people than ever before have become refugees or are internally displaced worldwide because of war, violence, and persecution.
The U.N. refugee agency’s “Global Trends Report,” released on the eve of World Refugee Day, June 20, shows an unprecedented 65.6 million people were determined forcibly displaced [...]

Historic Ocean Conference

By J Nastranis – UNITED NATIONS (IDN) – Our ocean is critical to our shared future and common humanity in all its diversity. Our ocean covers three quarters of our planet, connects our populations and markets, and forms an important part of our natural and cultural heritage.
It supplies nearly half the oxygen we breathe, absorbs over [...]

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