When presidents seek authorization from an international organization instead of Congress there are trade-offs for public support.
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The U.N.’s open-ended working group on international law and norms in relation to cyberspace met for the first time earlier this month.
The unanimous resolution should lead to increased data collection on people with disabilities in the aftermath of armed conflict and provide them a voice in decisions regarding humanitarian action.
The special rapporteur calls for sanctions against 15 people, including the crown prince.
Starting with Turkey and the European Union.
The UN peacekeeping force's aggressive mandate in the Democratic Republic of Congo is the wrong approach for a complex conflict.
Divergent reports from the U.N. and the Israeli Defense Forces regarding 2018 confrontations on the Israel-Gaza border do little to clear up the blurry distinction between armed conflict and civil unrest.
International Regulation of Areas Beyond National Jurisdiction: Negotiations on a New Legal Structure for the High Seas
In Sept. 2018, the first intergovernmental conference convened on a legally binding mechanism under UNCLOS related to conservation and sustainable use of marine biological diversity on the high seas.
After more than seven and a half years of death and destruction, the prospect of accountability for the Syrian conflict is not completely hopeless.
There have been three stalemated Syrian peace initiatives and a new surge in fighting in the last few months.