Tools developed to combat terrorist financing over the past two decades can be adapted to the growing transnational threat.
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The Biden administration has already promised to act on one of the treaty's key provisions.
On Wednesday, January 27, 2021, at 10:00 a.m., the Senate Foreign Relations Committee will hold a hearing on the nomination of Linda Thomas-Greenfield to be the next U.N. ambassador.
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Taking stock of the United Nations' first 75 years.
The United Nations turns 75 but celebrations are muted as coronavirus has prevented the delegates from meeting in person. Jodi, Jamil, Dana, and returning guest Andy Keiser discuss America's relationship with the UN and whether it is up for the task of taking on the challenges of today. Should the United States defund the UN? Is China reshaping international institutions in its image? Why didn't sanctions "snapback" on Iran?
The U.N. special rapporteur on extrajudicial, summary or arbitrary executions on July 6 submitted a report claiming the January done strike in Iraq that killed Iranian Gen. Qassem Soleimani constituted a violation of international law.
Canada brings terrorist activity charges for a murder at an erotic massage parlor, Trudeau loses a U.N. Security Council bid and other Canadian national security news.
The signing of the U.N. Charter 75 years ago has changed not only the number of wars between states, but how they have been fought.
The pandemic is the most immediate in a set of crises—some new, some ignored for too long—to which the international community cannot adequately respond.
The Office of the United Nations High Commission for Human Rights issued new guidance related to “less-lethal weapons” including police batons, tear gas and tasers. The document is addressed to a wide array of stakeholders as it aims to cover all aspects of these weapons from design to use. The document is available here and below.