Qatar’s presidency of the International Labour Conference raises eyebrows
The great US-China rivalry might explain why Washington is trying to (re)claim the IOM
#131 THE G|O BRIEFING, MARCH 16, 2023
Record ICRC funding gap leaves agency shaken | Invest in essential workers | Sending arms as a humanitarian act | Venezuela's forgotten crisis
Defend and Protect Key Workers
#127 The G|O Briefing, February 16, 2023
Syrian quake victims: trapped by geopolitics; helped by diplomacy | Politics and Borders Matter | Re-envisioning the Liberal International Order
Qatar has long targeted International Geneva in efforts to burnish its image
Partnerships with FIFA, one of the world’s most powerful and wealthy sport organizations, may undoubtedly seem alluring; but is it worth the risk of associating with what critics claim is a system riddled with corruption, now also tainted by Qatar’s influence buying?
#122, The G|O Briefing, December 15, 2022
Before Brussels, Geneva has long been Qatar’s target in efforts to burnish its reputation | FIFA's World Cup Follies
Two friends of multilateralism to conduct Brazil's foreign policy
The predicted reappointment of the two men is a powerful symbol of Brazil’s return to its former diplomatic roots and tradition.
#121, The G|O Briefing, December 8, 2022
The resilience of multilateralism | Lula's government is taking shape–and it's good news for Geneva | We need to rethink how to produce food