Thresholds of Dialogue with Hamas and Russia
Seized by the ILO, the International Court of Justice Will Rule on the Right to Strike. Why Did China and Russia Oppose the Move?
The US Must Not Personally Humiliate Putin
Keren Yahri-Milo | The cracks in Putin’s hold on power are beginning to show. But Ukraine’s allies must focus on increasing military and economic support while avoiding personal attacks, as Putin could respond by making the war even more brutal and unpredictable.
‘Oppenheimer’, AI, Machine Learning and Unintended Consequences
Are there similarities between the Manhattan Project and today’s race between China and the United States in AI?
Exclusive: The current global system is broken, Brazil’s foreign policy czar tells The Geneva Observer
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Bold WHO report charts new economic path to deliver “health for all” | Imperiled islands | New Swiss human rights body | Quick links
Veteran Human Rights Defender to Probe Repression in Russia for the UN
#126 The G|O Briefing, February 9, 2023
International Geneva's irreplaceable role on the humanitarian front | Putin is stealing Russia
Putting Putin and Company in the Dock
Gordon Brown | "Putin’s crime of aggression can and must be tried sooner rather than later."
The hard-won benefits of soft diplomacy
Kishore Mahbubani | We could all benefit from learning a lesson or two from Javanese culture and heritage. Doing so would help soothe a troubled world, just as Jokowi did in Bali.
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