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  • Russian, Syrian forces both guilty

    April 10, 2017

      A UN investigation has created a confidential list of suspected war criminals to share with a new body in Geneva.  

  • Cost-benefit analysis

    April 10, 2017

    The costs of not participating in the Paris Agreement are more than just environmental, according to the Brookings Institute. “In terms of returns on investment, climate finance is ridiculously cheap for what America gets for it: goodwill and cooperation, less warming, clean and resilient growth, and, importantly, fewer refugees.”

  • March 2017 Newsletter

    April 10, 2017

    Featured Story Cost-benefit analysis The costs of not participating in the Paris Agreement are more than just environmental, according to the Brookings Institute. “In terms of returns on investment, climate finance is ridiculously cheap for what America gets for it: goodwill and cooperation, less warming, clean and resilient growth, and, importantly, fewer refugees.” Global Peace […]

  • Finding kindness in cruelty

    March 31, 2017

    To make progress against the greater evils in the world, individuals need to connect on a personal level, argues American ambassador to the UN Samantha Powers.

  • Duncan Green on the global citizenship index

    March 21, 2017

    NOTE: This opinion piece has been republished from its original post on Medium. Written by Duncan Green. How are different governments performing as global citizens? Time for a new index! Apologies. I get given stuff at meetings, it goes into the reading pile, and often takes months to resurface. So I have just read (and liked) […]

  • Mutually assured restoration

    February 01, 2017

       Trump’s best shot at reducing terrorism lies with the UN and the nation-building duties of its peacekeepers, argues the president of a regional branch of the United Nations Association.

  • UN to monitor Syrian “synonym for hell”

    February 01, 2017

    In December, the UN Security Council finally reached a consensus on monitoring evacuations from Aleppo after earlier conversations on the Syrian civil war were quashed by repeated Russian vetoes.

  • Free Expression, Free People

    December 19, 2016

    “Only 13% of the global population enjoys a robust free press where the safety of journalists is guaranteed,” says Internews president Jeanne Bourgault in this snapshot of hard wins and losses in media freedom.

  • Even in Era of Disillusionment, Many Around the World Say Ordinary Citizens Can Influence Government

    November 30, 2016

    A new survey of nine democracies found that there is now a common perception that government is run for the benefit of the few. In spite of this negative outlook, the majority of citizens in eight of the nine countries say ordinary people can have a lot of influence on government. Read more from the […]



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