Thresholds of Dialogue with Hamas and Russia
Buying and Spending in a Country at War: How Has the UNHCR Been Performing in Ukraine? “Okay, but...” UN Auditors Say, Flagging a Few Problems
Seized by the ILO, the International Court of Justice Will Rule on the Right to Strike. Why Did China and Russia Oppose the Move?
Exclusive: Moscow Accuses Swiss Diplomats of “Blackmail,” and Says It Will “Closely Monitor Anti-Russian Tendencies in Switzerland’s Actions as a Host Country for Many UN Organizations”
The worrisome rise of transnational repression—Geneva and other UN host cities are concerned
Exclusive: A new stage for Zelensky’s peace plan—the Human Rights Council
What Do the BRICS Want? Co-existence or Cooperation?
DANIEL WARNER | China is not calling for a total overhaul of the international system but for a different type of multilateralism, not dominated by Western powers, yet one within the basic tenets of the principles of the UN Charter established by the West.
Heightened Risk from a Weakened Russia
Joschka Fischer* | Following the aborted march on Moscow by Yevgeny Prigozhin and his Wagner Group, the war in Ukraine has entered a dangerous new phase. The endgame is approaching, and whatever happens on the battlefield will also determine the future of Russian domestic politics.
#142 THE G|O BRIEFING, JUNE 15, 2023
Acrimonious disputes over LGBTQ rights rock the ILC—and are here to stay | China resumes construction of the future, literally, figuratively, and with Geneva on the map | Switzerland celebrates a successful first-ever Security Council presidency
‘First-class’ and tech-savvy: Switzerland pops the champagne for the end of its first-ever Security Council presidency
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